I have been scrapbooking for just about as long as I can remember, and I switched to the digital format in the spring of 2009.  At one point I had thought I would never make the switch, but certain events in my life, as well as my lifestyle choice made it obvious that digital was a much better medium for me than paper.  I had a leg up on the learning process, as I spent my few years after college working as a web designer and developer, which relies on at least a basic understanding of Photoshop. 

I started scrapbooking after my family moved to La Paz, Bolivia when I was 12. I started accumulating lots of pictures (and memories!) from our travels, and with my parent's guidance found a hobby that I both loved and appreciated the end product.

Change - Bolivia

The travels continued when my family moved to Hong Kong, where I finished the last two years of high school. I moved back to Minnesota to attend Bethel University and obtain a degree in physics. I also met my husband, a fellow physics major, and we were married after we finished school.


My husband also grew up living abroad, and it wasn't long before we found ourselves living in a foreign place again. We've just finished 2 years in Gunsan, Korea teaching English in the public schools to middle school students. Korea and its friendly people have left a special mark on our hearts, and now that we are gone, we miss it everyday.


Currently, with my husband in tow, I am traveling the world. Still in Asia right now, the plans are to head towards Europe. All the pictures keep me busy scrapbooking and my husband is busy making computer games of our travels.

Mirror Mirror

I have big plans for this website, which are somewhat on hold as I travel, but I'll be maintaining what you see here and adding to my lists of assets, templates and pages as I travel. I'm happy and blessed to be able to share a little of my adventure with you!