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Setting Goals Part 2: Start something.

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My nickname around this part of the world has become Artsy McCrafterson. I have a knack for making something from nothing, and I LOVE doing it. This is nothing new for me, but for Tanya… well, she seems amazed at all my little creations. She actually said I should start a crafting portfolio from just around our apartment. Interesting idea, eh?

Anyways, some of my creations have involved the following:

1. Making a Christmas tree from a house plant and doing it up right with gummy bears on a string for that extra burst of color it needed.

artsy mccrafterson

2. Making party decorations out of old colored papers we both had.

jess and shatan

3. Making birthday party hats and a sceptor out of The Economist and old newspapers.

party hats

My mind constantly radiates creative ideas (hopefully that’s not a Chernobyl-related thing now), and if I don’t put those good ideas to use, I start to go a little crazy. This might be why I love playing around with my websites so much. I love colors, creating, and design, so this is where my next goal comes to play: start something you can continue to be creative with.

Over the past couple of years, I have been playing around with different web-based business ideas that I can really focus on and grow with. During this time, I have realized how much I really love building websites/blogs, so I think I finally figured out that a great idea to appease my creative mind and build a business is brought to you in the following form: Free Custom WordPress!

Yes, I will set up your WordPress blog, and you won’t have to lift a finger! I know, I know, a WordPress blog setup can be done for free, but what if you don’t have the time or know-how?! I’ll do it for you in a snap with that little extra bit of love that you won’t get anywhere else 😉 I’ll even help you customize your template to fit your blogging needs. All I ask is that you buy your hosting through my partner, GoDaddy.com (who I’ve been using for years now!), and we’ll be square.

Sound cool?

I’ve done this before for a few people, as you can tell from the website, and I really enjoyed the process. I am also constantly giving little tips and whatnot to other readers who send me emails. I’m sure they can attest to my abilities, right? 😉 Really, I want to take this seriously because it will 1) allow me to be creative, 2) force me to learn more about it all, and 3) help me get a little extra cash now and then. And as for you, you receive your own blog at your own domain with no fuss! Nice.

Thanks again, everyone, for reading, and I hope you can help me spread the word. We’ll see how this goes!

Yours,

Artsy McCrafterson

update: this venture has stopped. internet access was poor when arriving in Sydney and i needed to work a lot to pay rent 🙁 but, it was a great idea!

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5 Responses to Setting Goals Part 2: Start something.

  1. Hi Brooke! I think this a fantastic idea! You are very creative and do incredible stuff. I encourage anyone to check out my site to see some of Brooke’s work.

    I had a pretty pathetic site and Brooke turned it into something amazing! WordPress may be free but it is not easy to get a professional looking site unless you know how to tweak and personalize it yourself. I was beyond frustrated before Brooke stepped in and helped me with it.

    Brooke can help you make a great looking site that you will be proud to blog on.

    Good luck girl! – Beth

  2. Brooke February 3, 2009 at 12:38 am #

    Thanks, Beth, for these awesome words! 😀

  3. Peetor February 11, 2009 at 7:33 pm #

    brooke Ive got someone interested drop me a line. -Pete

  4. Peetor February 11, 2009 at 7:35 pm #

    HAHAHAHAHHA Whats with that chick constantly covering her face!?!? HAHAHAHHA

  5. Brooke February 12, 2009 at 2:02 am #

    Haha, that’s Shatan. She is so elusive. 😉

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