Dara Tomasson Resiliency Series
Join Dara as she shares stories of strong women who have found resilience through quilting and share their stores. Dara is a life coach for quilters and has a strong belief that life coaching and quilting can go hand in hand. She has used her techniques to lose over 50lbs with no exercise and currently runs her own love yourself thin group which you can find out more about on her website www.daratomasson.com.
Today meet the lovely Emily Tindall from www.homemadeemilyjane.com.
Emily loves to quilt and especially loves to create friendships and connections with quilters all around the world. She loves Instagram because she has made friendships and connections that she wouldn’t have otherwise- especially during a pandemic where she can’t go to QuiltCon and hang with all her quilting friends.
Last February Emily decided that she wanted to write her very first pattern. THen the pandemic hit and she was able to have more time in front of her computer learning how to write a professional pattern. She used this time as an opportunity to ‘google’ her way through all the ins and outs of the software.
The best part about this pattern is the name ‘Connections’. More than ever we have the opportunity to make connections with other like minded women. What does it mean to be connected?
As I am celebrating one year of quarantine I am looking at the importance of resilience. When I was researching resilience I found the 5 pillars of resilience as:
1. Self awareness
3. Self Care
4. Positive Relationships
I love how Emily’s focus on having positive relationships has helped her to create so much more happiness in the world.
I know that you will enjoy the interview as much as I did- I am interested in hearing your takeaways. You can find Emily and her beautiful patterns on her website www.homemadeemilyjane.com and of course on Instagram under the same name.