Made Frank was born out of weariness.
I was weary from long, busy days, from never ending to-do lists, and from scrolling through Instagram feeds of perfect, beautiful lives. From my own struggles and from countless conversations with other women, I recognized three things:
The need for honest dialogue about this struggle.
For vulnerability that’s risky and raw, and definitely not always pretty. For this reason, I write about what it means to be a woman. I write and share inspiration for creative outlets and design.
The need for grace.
Even though we love implementing systems and routines to make our lives “better,” we know that we still fail. We are still imperfect. So I write about faith–about learning to receive grace and about learning how to give grace to others.
The desire to make useful stuff.
For something even more than just rigid practicality. I write about systems for organizing life, household management, food and making our lives and homes more beautiful. I want to share the stuff that works for me and smart women I trust, in hopes that it will help you create more beauty and time for rest in your own life. Also. I like things to look cool.
Made Frank’s mission is to be an online community for women who desire authentic voices, hope for their weary souls, and help making useful stuff.
Want to know more about me? Here you go…meet Paige.
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