January 25, 2021
Thinking that reading takes too much time, posts on social go by too fast, I wondered if video would be a good medium to use to inspire you.
So to avoid the time-consuming editing of endless videos, I began a series of Facebook Lives in December, but not without anxiety.
My biggest fears (no sound or some other tech disaster, forgetting what I wanted to say, a loud fire engine going by outside) didn’t become reality. But I did share my entire screen on my first Live, so you can see the control panel of my webcam. Cringe!
A fear of messing up and wasting the viewers’ time came back each week, until I noticed that it felt fun to get on camera.
The best part is that I not only tell you about something, I then move my webcam to the tripod so you can get a closer look.
Here’s a replay of the December 30th Live: Three ways to make antennae for your textile moth.
If you’d like to check out some others, according to your interests, they were, as follows:
And please join me for the next live session on Wednesday January 27, 2021 at 4 pm CET (10am Eastern time/9am Central)
The subject: Is play only for kids?
It’s free and you don’t need to sign up.
Can’t make it? The replay is posted shortly after the live:
I hope to see you there.
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February 22, 2021
And today, she felt agile and unfettered.
No longer leaf-bound.
February 12, 2021
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