My cutting machine hero

I ran out of my custom planner stickers, which help keep me organized, so I decided to try using my Cricut cutting machine to achieve a precise size and cut on the next batch. Unfortunately, I had error after error, and none of my sheets of stickers turned out well.

After struggling for too long and trying every troubleshooting tip I could find online, I finally broke down and contacted the company via chat. I ended up being connected to an extremely kind and patient customer support person, who walked me through each issue until they were resolved. When the problem turned out to be the slippery backing on the sticker paper, they offered to send me a new package of paper that should work better. I was so impressed with their customer service; Mama even said they had restored her faith in humanity! I enjoyed chatting with Sirrell about our made-up names and birthday celebrations at work.

Today’s #OneGoodThing was expert crafting machine help and kindness! Many thanks to the awesome Sirrell Hall at Cricut! And major props to Cricut for supporting a fun and caring workplace environment, where co-workers make cool NYC-themed (and other personalized) birthday decor for each other! What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments!

Day 3 of 365. And Day 1,099 in a row (here’s the first 366, & the following 365, & the third year of 365 good things)!

1 year ago today: Watching cousin Miriam

2 years ago today: Remembering my girl

3 years ago today: Satisfaction of Organizing (check out our awesome reading nook, which is not filled with as much junk as it was a year ago, but still not great. It apparently needs more regular clearing.)

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