Why it is better to be Remarkable, Than Just fitting in



Martha was full of questions for me, and I'm going to pass them along to you. I'll share my answers in a later post.

When you hear the word remarkable , who do you think of?

Do you believe that you can be remarkable?

What is holding you back from making your mark?

What kind of mark do you want to make?

Really I want to know, share with me your thoughts.



Stats on Martha:

- material: tencel and cotton yarn
- plain weave
- she's a scarf with a woven section  and has a section of long braids, these two sections are connected to turn her into an infinity scarf. 

- This handmade textile can be wrapped up to three times, or as little as one and draped over your shoulders like a shawl or shrug. 

-If you like this design try this one , or this one or, this one


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4 comments:

BeadWhisperer said...

When you hear the word remarkable, who do you think of?

Worthy of commentary. One way or another. You can have remarkable failure as well as remarkable success.


Do you believe that you can be remarkable?

You bet. We are ALL remarkable.

What is holding you back from making your mark?

Who says we haven't made our marks? You make your mark when you get up in the morning and take care of your animals. You make your mark when you get your coffee in the morning or interact with someone. (Think about it, you can really mess up someone's day if you're jerky, or you can bestow them with kindness and they'll remember that. Mark made..)


What kind of mark do you want to make?

A positive one for sure.

scorchedeyebrowstudio said...

Well, I can vouch for the two remarkable women who wrote and commented on this post. Amber and Amy, you are remarkable in the best ways. I am proud to know you.

fabricatedends said...

BeadWhisperer, I love your perspetive. You are so right in that being positive and kind throughout the day does make a huge difference.

I also like your thought on thinking about having a remarkable failure. We do all fail, however our failures can sometimes be more important than success!

fabricatedends said...

Thanks Paula, you are pretty remarkable yourself! You do wonders at inspiring others to be better in all aspects of their lives.