Last week, I told you about "The Power of Starting Stupid," and today- I'm sharing my next chapter with you!
After over a year of the creative whirlwind of writing anniemade, I have so much to be grateful for. The process of writing this blog gave me so much more than I could have imagined when I finally forced myself to just start something in October 2012. In the living of life and making crazy big decisions with Gus, I also learned that life is what you make of it. With so much intention poured into the past 12 months, I am more excited than ever to get up every day and live an amazing story, using my talent and time to make other people's lives better.
So, allow me to introduce you to my newest dream...
Greatest Story is my way to give back - to use my creativity and love of storytelling to help others' tell and celebrate the most important stories in their lives. Through this new business, I'm now offering wedding design, event design, business branding, and everyday writing and design.
I'm so excited to put all the years of studying storytelling and telling big stories for Disney to work helping tell the greatest stories of all - those of real, amazing people. I invite you to be a part of this exciting new chapter and explore the new site officially today.
Feel free to check out the Greatest Story blog and like the new Facebook page where I'll be featuring the stories of my clients and the amazing things we create together. Also, from today on you can get to the site by clicking "Shop" just like always.
And don't worry, anniemade remains a special place in my heart and in my life. I plan to continue to blog here regularly, treating anniemade as my personal blog focused on what matters most. Now, I just invite you to enjoy Greatest Story and think of me for your weddings, events, and business needs through this new adventure!
All of this is so new, exciting, scary, and tremendous! I can't thank each of you enough for reading, caring, supporting, loving, and growing with me with every new post. You inspire me to have big dreams, feel the fear, and do it anyway. For that, I'll always be grateful.