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A Kitschy Kitchen Shop is Closing!

A Kitschy Kitchen Shop is Closing!

A couple of people have asked me why I am closing my shop… Running a Kitschy Kitchen has been a tremendous boost to my confidence and has helped me immeasurably to figure out what it is I want to do with with the rest of my life! It has been both frustrating and rewarding. I … Continue reading

Opportunity Knocks…dealing with feedback.

Opportunity Knocks…dealing with feedback.

Sometimes we get negative feedback, it happens, but what do you do about it? Rather than dwelling on it, it is the the perfect opportunity to turn it into a positive learning experience.  1. Listen to your customer, what are they saying? Don’t listen with the intent reply, listen with the intent to hear/understand.  When … Continue reading

I am at it again…. Fork Knife

I am at it again…. Fork Knife

What am I at again? Design-y stuff… I really am getting carried away and closer to my ultimate goal of designing my own fabric for use on my own aprons and cocktail dress designs… plus I am having fun along the way. Getting down with a Fork & a Knife. This is my latest project… … Continue reading

Goal Update

Goal Update

Up dating my goals. It feels so good to end the day knowing that I am kicking these post travel blah’s in the ass! Goal: 1. 2 loads of done- Check in fact I have done 4- yes at anyone time in my house there is just that much laundry to do. 2. Meatless Monday … Continue reading

Post Travel Blah’s

Post Travel Blah’s

  You know what I mean right? You get so inspired by your adventures that when you get home you are so overwhelmed by all things you want to do and should do, you just get Blah… I’ve been home from my Travels for a week now and I feel like I have gotten Nothing done. … Continue reading

The F word….

The F word….

No not that F word… another one, equally as dangerous… scarier even…. Failure. I had a realization today talking to another artist that for essentially a long time I felt like I had failed because I wasn’t doing what I went to school for. That it took me a long time to start doing something … Continue reading