Spot on Thursday!

Hi there, Steven here.

I hope you are all having a lovely week so far. It’s already Thursday!

Where have the days gone? Not complaining, though.

The past few weeks have passed me by so quickly…

I’ve been working from home since it was recommended by the government and it feels like time has flown by. Working from home has had its challenges, but for the most part, I think I have managed well. I have been communicating with the Clarity team via Google Meet and Google Chat (video and messaging services). This has been the key to the success of my work week.

This has made me realise we’ve never been better equipped to communicate with one another than at a time like this. With all the technological advances of the past ten years, talking to our loved ones, whether that be a phone or Skype call, has never been more accessible.

I’ll be honest, it’s been a real team effort – everyone has chipped in where they can and adapted accordingly. As Barbara would say, Teamwork makes the dream work. It’s never been more true than at a time like this.

Here’s my little work station… And yes, before you say anything, I did tidy it a little before I took the picture. Guilty as charged!

Anyway, as I said, it’s Thursday. And before it becomes Friday, and then Saturday, I’d like to draw your attention to this week’s Pick of the Week. For those of you who are not familiar with what this is, each week we pick an essential crafting accessory and offer it at a great price. This week is no exception with our very handy Spot On Sponges

They are incredibly handy indeed, for blending ink and we’re now giving you 20% off, including 20% off the big five-pack bundle!

Shop the Sponges here

Well, that’s it from me today. Have a lovely day and we’ll catch up again at the end of the week.

Clarity Matters. It really does.

Steven x

4 thoughts on “Spot on Thursday!

  • 14th May 2020 at 4:22 pm

    Thank you, Steven. I’m glad you have adapted to working at home so well. The sponges are good but I haven’t even been able to unpack the ones I have got yet. This will not stop me ordering the doodling things on Saturday though. They will forever be a bright light linked back to a dark time and a new skill. It is always better to remember the silver linings than the clouds.

  • 17th May 2020 at 5:45 pm

    Hello Steven, I wonder if you can help please…..I watched Barb on YouTube Tuesday when she demo’d using Breyer, Coated cardstock, the little flower strip and grass. I am struggling to get it right and can’t find the video to check what I’m doing wrong. Please could you send me a link….. I’ve just spent ages searching through hundreds of Clarity videos and am now appealing for help!!!! Thankyou (when you have time as I expect you are very busy)

    • 18th May 2020 at 2:55 pm

      Hi Beryl, I’m going to email you now 🙂 Grace xox

  • 17th May 2020 at 8:08 pm

    So glad you have adapted to working from home. I do wonder if more people will do this at least a couple of days a week when this is all over. I should think it is more productive in many ways.
    You are right about modern communication. When I first moved back to the UK (well i was born here, but my family emigrated when I was 6 and I came back at 22) my mother and I wrote to each other every week for over 30 years and then I rang mum every week, then every 2 weeks until she died some years ago. I visited her or she visited me every 6-7 years until 1997 so i didn’t see her for 19 years before she died.
    Haven’t really got on well with spot on sponges -I use home-made pads made from screwed-up pieces of pop-sock!!


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