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Life Documented

March 8, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Do you get excited when you hear people talk about journaling or scrapbooking?  Or do you feel a little guilty because it’s not your thing?  Or some other feeling?  Well tonight is the night for you.  Come and learn from 3 great women about how important, as well as easy it is to document your life.  Life Documented will give you some different ideas of documenting everyday life.  Come and get some helpful hints, learn something new and connect with new friends and old.

March 8th   6-9 pm  Dinner  Swag  Prizes  Fun  $60

Katie Cheesman:

You won’t find someone who adores seniors like Katie does.
She fell in love with her elderly patients, their endearing humor, and their incredible life stories while serving them as a home health care nurse. 
Katie quit her job to focus on The Listening Ear Project: A labor of love where she visits with elders from all walks of life to film and share their stories and timeless advice. Through her project, she has learned how vital this generation is to our society and wants to be an advocate for them. Katie is a wife and a mom of two. She enjoys videography, reading, adventuring with her little family, and obsessing over clouds.

You can find Katie on Instagram @thelisteningearproject or here  https://www.thelisteningearproject.com/

Chari Pack:

Chari Pack has been the mastermind behind Persnickety Prints since its
inception in 2009. Stressing over precision and details is what has made Chari a successful business woman for more than 15 years.
At PersnicketyPrints, Chari is responsible for all operations, including backend support, online
ordering, the Persnickety Prints blog, social media, newsletter, and all other web related
services. Chari also oversees the Persnickety Prints store
and print lab in Orem, Utah, along with her team of Persnickety all-stars.
Before founding Persnickety Prints, Chari helped numerous organizations
increase their online presence and revenue through her creative services. Chari’s
excellent retail knowledge and expertise comes from over 10 years of service at
the retail industry giant, GAP.
When Chari is not working on the next business goal, or calling a customer about their
low resolution image, she is spending time (preferably traveling) with her Husband, Mark and their 7 children.

Megan Hoeppner:

Mom by day, crafter by night—that’s Megan’s typical routine. When she isn’t caring for her two young girls (and their wild pup!), she can often be found writing or editing for freelance clients during the day. When her handsome knight rides up on his noble steed (VW, not stallion) at the end of a busy day, Megan often turns to crafting to unwind. Her paper passions include creative planning, bullet journaling, scrapbooking, and other paper crafting, as well as photography. Occasionally, her crafting takes her outside the home to teach her monthly planning and journaling classes, which is always a special treat and highlight! 


Professionally, much of Megan’s background is in publishing, having worked for several well known crafting magazines (Scrapbook & Cards Today [former editor-in-chief], Creating Keepsakes [former creative editor], Simple Scrapbooks [former sr. editor], and Paper Crafts [former associate editor]). She also helped launch Color Crush, a popular line of creative planners and has a planner and product line. Currently, Megan’s work includes monthly crafting TV segments for Studio 5 in Utah, as well as photography, writing, editing, marketing, and making for various crafting companies and local shopping destinations. 


For more about Megan, visit her at http://www.meganhoeppner.com/


March 8, 2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Holladay City – Big Cottonwood Room
4850 S. 2300 E.
Holladay, Utah
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