Website of the Week: Good Grief

GoodGriefBanner-withlineHealing comes in many forms, and I believe creating is one of those forms. Creating something good, whatever it may be, refreshes the soul. It can be hard to talk about our losses and grief, but Amanda Probst has a gift for showing us how to share our stories in an approachable way that helps us work through hard times. She published an article related to scrapbooking about loss in Creating Keepsakes last year, and I appreciated the words she shared. Now she’s created a blog called “Good Grief.” I think the title is genius, and I can’t wait to see all that Amanda (and her creative team) does with the new site.

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