I was gone for a minute but now I’m back again.

Life has a way of pulling you to and fro.  Sometimes you just never know what the next day will bring. I try and plan so that I can be free but sometimes that just doesn’t work for me.  

I was filled with creativity for a many months, so much that it was bursting from the seams but there’s something about the “holiday” season that diminishes my creative energies.

One day I said to myself, “Ok already that’s enough! Get back to what you love and need, creating, communicating, and sharing.” Hey that’s what makes me, me ๐Ÿ™‚

With this clear road up ahead, I can see my journey, my horizons expanding.  I am once again growing and learning. For everything there is a season and this is my season for expansion.

The Handmade Collective (HC), a group of artisans that exists on Facebook has taken a huge step towards expansion and I am happy to be apart of this new growth.  As an admin of the group, I can honestly say that the collective has helped to heal me in ways that I never knew needed to be healed.  The love and support is more than amazing, really no words can describe this type of vibe.

Our new journey as a collective is the Handmade Collective Guild (HCG).  A platform that has blossomed for one reason only, to assist artisans of all kinds, from anywhere in the world.  To provide opportunities to work together as a professional collaboration of artists/crafters. The sky is the limit when working together we can build big things.  We can form something that we only dream of as a small
business.  The window of opportunity has opened for us to come together and reach those heights that we see only as a dream.

If you would like to learn more about our group check us out here or to check out our fan page go here and if you want to find out more about the guild or join go here .


Thanks for reading, I hope you are inspired to be creative in some way!




  1. As a memeber of the new Guild, I am so excited too! Thank you for writing about this. The potential is so great, I too hope we make a connection that spans the world!

  2. camara meri rajabari

    It truly is great to be a part of a group of folks who understand 'collective work and responsibility' ! Great post!

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