Moving the Needle (4)

Season One Wrap-Up and Announcements

In Podcast by amykunkle2 Comments

Hello fabYOUlous friends! I’m wrapping up Season One of my podcast with this mini-episode sharing what is going on with me:

I didn’t anticipate taking the summer “off” but my kids are at such a great age, I have just enjoyed spending time with them. They are growing up fast. Here’s a trip we took recently to DC (visiting Georgetown Cupcakes!)….



And I’m so happy that I’ve been at every one of my son’s baseball games this spring and summer …



I hope to enjoy more of the summer and get ready for our move to DC. I talk about it in the podcast, but August 1st or maybe even before, we will be relocating to Arlington, VA for one year. I have mixed feelings about it, but I am trying to stay optimistic and open to the adventure ahead. The kids are excited, and my husband of course is, as he’s the reason we are moving.

I don’t know what creative opportunities will await me there… but I do know I will be leaving behind my paper crafting supplies.

It’s a scary thought to leave something behind that has been so important for so many years, but I just don’t know how or where it will fit in DC. Literally, and figuratively! We are renting an apartment that is about half the size of out house!

I would really appreciate your thoughts and prayers as we embark on this new adventure. I hope to continue podcasting and blogging in August (mid-August) when we get settled, but I am just going to be open to the Creative Path that is before me. 


Make sure to follow me on social media to see what I’m up to, and check in on our travels!


I hope over the summer you’ll go back and listen to some of your favorite interviews from the season. Here are a couple to get your started, and look in iTunes for the complete list. :)


Lain Ehmann Creative Business Entrepreneur 

Catherine Pooler and Stamp of Approval

Elise Blaha Cripe- from the Elise Gets Crafty Podcast

Thanks and have a beYOUtiful day!



  1. Chris Slogar

    I know it will be strange for you to leave your wonderful studio and papercrafting supplies behind, but I am confident that you will still find ways to provide creative inspiration! Sounds like a good plan to enjoy your summer and prepare. Best wishes always!

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