Which came first: The artist or the muse?
I know referring to myself, a lowly web designer, as an artist might seem like a bit of a stretch, but I can assure you, after working with @theloveproject365_ I know it is possible.
Dr. Traci Scheepstra, came in with a vision, and I know this is what we’re looking at on her website. I’ve never pushed myself this far creatively, but there is something about this phenomenal woman that just brought it out of me.
❤️ It could be that she is the kindest, most compassionate empath I’ve ever met.
❤️ It could be her blazing brilliance and staggering education.
❤️ It could be her perfect balance of innocence and experience in the way she views the world.
❤️ It could be that she has dedicated her entire life to selflessly serving in every way imaginable.
❤️ It could be the incredible copy that she wrote entirely on her own, that I was privileged to read as I put the site together.
It could be any of those things.
But I think the clincher for me, was the love she showered on me INSTANTLY (and with vigor!) and allowed me to send back, uninterrupted, that flipped the switch.
How fitting that this endeavour was titled theLOVEproject365.
Traci’s @theloveproject365_ is literally about increasing the love levels in this world.
She coaches people to rekindle love and excitement for important goals that have fallen by the wayside. I’ve worked with Traci as a client, and can attest to the fact that her Fire Ignitor coaching session is aptly named. She sends weekly love notes to everyone on her email list. And it all started with an incredible story that had her leaving physical love notes everywhere she went.
Swing by her website at theloveproject365.com and treat yourself to her incredible story, her heart on display, and some of the best web copy you’ve ever read ;)
And Traci, if you’re reading this: I love you. Like, so much.
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