Dolls: It’s what I do!



You may (or more likely may not) have noticed that I did not publish a blog post last week.

I DID, however, WRITE a blog post. I was not very satisfied with it, so I sent it to a few internet strangers  friends for feedback. The number one question I got back was; “What do you do?” To be honest, most of the time I don’t do anything. But when I do do stuff I do stuff with dolls. (Yes, I said do do, get over it.)

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Boho Berry’s Action Challenge: Goals and Progress

There’s this lady, her name is Kara Benz, and she is just amazing.

I don’t know her personally, but I do follow her blog over at She writes about bullet journaling (I’ll write about this someday too!), living life, running her business, and setting goals. Pretty much everything she writes inspires me to do better each day.

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Camp NaNoWriMo: Come Write With Me

Every November a world wide event called NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) is held on The goal of the event is to write a novel (50,000 words) before the month ends. It’s a fairly well known event, and I myself participate every year.

You may be wondering why I would write about an autumn event when spring is just beginning. Well, wonder no longer- I’m actually writing about NaNoWriMo’s sister event Camp NaNoWriMoCamp NaNoWriMo is held twice a year during April and June, and it is significantly less rigid that the NaNoWriMo held in November.

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So what is Camp NaNoWriMo all about? It’s about writing of course! The goal of Camp NaNoWriMo is just write- it doesn’t have to be a novel, but it can be anything you’d like. Camp NaNoWriMo invites you to create a writing project that could be classified as nonfiction books, poetry, scripts, short stories, or revisions. Then, there is the ever-inviting “Other” category.

The “Other” category has no limitations, plus the people at NaNoWriMo are always encouraging creative and new ways of stretching the rules. For this category you could create a writing goal for journaling, shopping lists, lecture notes, anything- as long as you are writing!




I had planned on writing a novel this month, however after starting this blog post, and noticing for myself the flexibility of the “other” category, I decided to change my project. THIS (my blog) is going to be my new project.

I also had planned on posting this blog post at the beginning of the week so that I could invite others to join me, and give them time to plan out their own writing projects, but I procrastinated. Though I still invite you to join me, you may not have time to prepare. Fortunately, I have an inspirational quote to encourage you to try anyways:

Great people do things before they’re ready. They dothings before they know they can do it. doing what you’reafraid of, getting out of your comfort zone, taking riskslike that — that is what life is. You might find out.png

Until Next Time,