The majority of my career has been spent in the financial field. In my spare time, I dabbled in creative pursuits. I used to give memorial frames to people who have lost loved ones. I owned a small business at one time making laser-engraved picture frames, memorial frames were a large part of what I created. Remembering the heartfelt gratitude from people that I gifted frames to always led me to believe that I was working in my truth. I re-entered the workforce in accounting, but I never stopped thinking about my frames and how they touched people’s lives. It took some time, but now I have found a way to continue gifting memorial items in my spare time.
people.everyday. (correct spelling) is also a way to share stories and gift other items, as well as blog about different things. I may, at times, reach back to the original intent of The Big Exchange (my previous project) and connect kids with service projects, like doing arts & crafts with senior citizens, but the process will have to be tweaked due to COVID-19. I’m still brainstorming, but it will all work out. In the meantime, this is what I do in my spare time and I love it.