30 Days of Showing Up Starts Today!

Showing up is hard ass work and it never looks the same for any of us.

It rarely looks the same for us two days in a row.

I’m here to teach you how to show up for yourself in a way that works for your life — whatever your life looks like.

I have two overlapping headache disorders, and just one of them means I get headaches every day, sometimes dozens of headaches a day. It’s a logistical nightmare (aside from the actual pain).

But, working through that has taught me how to really show up for myself, especially creatively. Because when my creative self doesn’t have a firm place in my life — that’s when everything really starts to fall apart for me.

I think you might be the same.

And, I think you might also find yourself saying…

  • …but I don’t have time to do something everyday (you have five minutes)
  • …I’ll get to it when things slow down (that’s not a thing)
  • …but everything else (nope)


Grounding yourself in a creative practice is a game-changer. It’s fully life-changing.

When I started doing Daily Pages, I wasn’t planning on making it a long-term habit. But the benefits were so incredible that I’ve just never stopped.

Now I’m bringing everything I’ve learned about how to show up — even when things are hard, don’t make sense, or you just want to throw your hands up in the air ??‍♀️ — into a simple, accessible, and really fun course called 30 Days of Showing Up: Scrapbook Daily Pages.

Find out more about the class and join me for this month of creative inspiration at the link above!

If you’re an All Access Club member, the class is free for you and included in your membership! Just grab the course in the shop (for free!) and you will get instant access to the class and group. Not in the All Access Club? Find out more here.


More about the course:

Weekly Live Lessons


Weekly Live Lessons are where you get all the thoughts and ideas about how to show up and construct a creative practice that works for you and your life.


These lessons take place each Friday at 2 pm ET. They are recorded and placed in the classroom by the end of the day. So don’t worry if you can’t make it to the live lesson — we’ve got your back.


The links to the live lessons are available in each classroom lesson. They are also available on the ALP google calendar.

Daily Inspiration & Mini Prompts


Each day a new lesson will show up inside this classroom with a Daily Page inspiration and a mini-prompt.


These lessons are designed to help you get started on your Daily Page if you feel stuck and unsure about what you want to do that day. I highly encourage you to create whatever you want, whenever you want, on whatever day you want.


Use these lessons in whatever way works best for you.


If you want to use Day #3’s lesson five times in a row — that’s awesome. If you wish to do Currently List on Mondays like me (and a bunch of the ALP community), skip the Monday lessons and return to them at a different time.


Course Community


Included in this course is access to our exclusive 30 Days of Showing Up — Scrap Daily Pages course community. This community is where you can share your pages, ask questions, and talk about your wins and struggles — all with people who get it.


This is not a social media group on some big corporate-owned site — it’s our own app. And only students of the course can see what gets shared inside our group.

This community was created so that you would feel safe sharing your projects, your learnings, and your stories. I’m excited you’re here for the journey.

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