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April 6, 2014
woolful

This blog has been a thought of mine for a couple years now. My husband David and I ran a successful blog for a couple years and before that I had a design blog I contributed to. However both of those journey’s ended and even when they were active pursuits, they weren’t very personal or tied to my interests and pursuits. I didn’t want to begin the commitment of writing until I knew I had time to dedicate somewhat consistently. I love finding blogs that are still active after years and being able to read through a persons journey.

The name “Woolful” comes from a lot of different places. Wool is one of the true loves of my life. It signifies warmth. Hygge if you will. A culture I would love this space to embody. Wool is natural and can be organic, a value I try to incorporate into every aspect of our lives. The other part of the name “ful” relates to a lesson I’ve been learning, the meaning of a full life since becoming a mother. Full of love, full of work, full of purpose.

When I first found out I was pregnant, knitting became a much more significant part of my life. I’ve enjoyed getting to know special friends with likeminded interests through Instagram and have dreamed of having a place where I can share and connect on a deeper level. There have been so many moments in my life since becoming a mother that I wonder “am I the only one thinking, doing, feeling, or experiencing this?”. Surely if I am, hundreds if not thousands of other women or mothers are as well. I’m hoping this is a place where by sharing my journey and interests, I can extend a hand or hug to those other women or mothers.

Here’s to a new chapter…

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4 Comments

  • Reply Rosemary Herlihy February 26, 2015 at 6:59 pm

    Excellent podcast, I truly enjoy listening to your enthusiasm and that of your guests
    Rosemary

  • Reply Susan June 2, 2015 at 9:15 am

    First time listener and loved the podcast. Please enter me in your contest. Ty

  • Reply Marylee June 22, 2015 at 8:28 am

    Just found your podcast and love it. I plan to start at the beginning. I have enjoyed all your interviews. Your interview with Hannah Fettig was excellent.

  • Reply Roberta August 22, 2015 at 2:36 am

    Thank you, I now have an additional fiber source to follow on Instagram.

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