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So what is Go Fund Me? It's an incredible online Fundraising and Crowdfunding platform that anyone and any cause can use to fundraise off. Click the image to find out more or follow this link...

from Eileen's Machine Embroidery Blog

A Little Help Goes a Long Way

This may seem like an odd request coming me, editor of Designs in Machine Embroidery but I want to ask you to make a donation to Ellen March’s Go Fund Me campaign.  Who is Ellen March? Ellen is the...

from The Busy Budgeter

How to Start a Budget (When You Suck at Budgeting

How to start a budget... When you suck at budgeting. This was so perfect for me! I get so overwhelmed with a budget. Stuff always comes up last minute and we go over it every time. This answered so many of my questions. Loved it!


Last month Ecuadorian coffee farmers & dear friends of @matthewlud were tied up in their own home & robbed in the middle of the night. Henry Gaibor & his wife Vera lost thousands of dollars worth of coffee, a huge wound for a small farm. And this small farm happens to produce some of the best coffee we have ever tasted—they're the passionate sort. They have a Go Fund Me page (link in my profile) where people can help them recover this loss because, as my husband said, without their coffee…

from Join the creative side

How to design printables that sell/download

Join the creative side | How to design printables that sell/download | In this post, I will explain to you how YOU can design printables that will sell/download. And believe me, it is easier the you think!


#ThinkHand: ECTRIMS Blog Survey Thank you for all your help in completing our #ThinkHand survey. #ThinkHand #ECTRIMS2016 #MSBlog "We were inundated with praise for our ECTRIMS #ThinkHand poster; thank you! One neurologist said to me that it was her best poster at ECTRIMS. As the poster was about hand function we made it 'by hand 'out of 'recycled cardboard'. The ideas behind the poster was a group effort but credit for the design and creative elementsof the poster need to go toAlison the…

In The Guardian, Alexis Petridis penned a fantastic reflection on the UK’s scary public information films of the 1960s to 1980s. For more than 60 years, the government’s Central Office of Information (COI) created FUD-fostering films about talking to strangers, playing with matches, sticking things in electric outlets, rabies, slippery floors, etc. The COI was shut down last week due to funding cuts.