I don’t think of myself as creative. Probably because I think of creative people as those who do a lot of crafting and DIY. Sure, I’ve refinished some furniture and I’m not afraid to paint a room, and I can outcook most regular folks I know. But I’m terrible at kid art projects and while I probably own every scrap book item ever sold, I only own one actual finished scrapbook.
But you know what? I can write my ass off and I’m not afraid to make a fool of myself if necessary. So, I present to you my entry for the Scholarship Contest for Social Fabric’s Conference in May.
Social Fabric is a group through Collective Bias (#Cbias) that I have recently joined and am THRILLED to be working with. I feel like the few opportunities I’ve gotten through them have already pushed me to improve everything about my blogging so I’m certain that a weekend with speakers and people they’ve curated would be even more powerful than my web-only access to them today. So while I might not be the best DIYer, I think I’m a good addition to their team and I’m excited to share my-type of creativity with you through some of their opportunities. I think getting to go to the conference will ensure just that.
Here’s my version of creative. Let’s hope they think this is enough to bring me there to find out!
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