Wanted: Everyday Scrapbookers with a Story to Share

Log Your Memory is currently seeking scrapbookers with a passion for sharing their everyday real life stories who would be interested in serving as Guest Writers on our blog during the coming months.

 

Potential Guest Writers include…

  • Guest Writers WantedScrapbookers of all backgrounds and ability levels with a personal experience, story, hurdle or project to share related to memorykeeping;
  • Experienced scrappers who can offer everyday scrapbooking tips or tutorial ideas of interest to our readers;
  • Product designers willing to share behind-the-scenes glimpses into the business side of scrapbooking;
  • Others with a passion for capturing everyday real life interested in starting a conversation about related topics.

 

As a chosen Guest Writer, you will need to include at least 2-3 images (photographs, layouts, infographics, etc.) along with your article of 500-750 words.

In exchange for sharing your time & talents with us, you will receive a 30% off coupon code good for a one-time use in either the Log Your Memory Shop or the Creative Outlet Publishing Shop, which is where some of our past titles are now available. You will also be allowed to provide a short paragraph about yourself at the end of the piece in which you will be allowed to offer links to your own blog, website or products, if applicable.

 

Interested? Please email kristin@logyourmemory.com with a short introduction to yourself, a description of your proposed article and an indication of when you would be most interested in having your post published on our site.

 

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About Kristin Rutten

Kristin, founder and administrator of Log Your Memory, is an entrepreneurial mother of four from the heart of Montana with an avid interest in helping others tell their everyday real life stories through scrapbooking, journaling and other creative endeavors. Get to know her better through her personal blog at KristinRutten.com.

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