Becky has a passion for living well and documenting life. Since 1997 she has been authoring books, creating artwork, writing articles, teaching classes, and designing products—all in the name of scrapbooking. In her personal evolution she came to find herself relating to everyone who has said, "Scrapbooking is too time-consuming, too complicated, too expensive, too much." In 2009, Becky Higgins LLC was born so that she could share solution-based products with everyone who felt this way.
Project Life® is Becky's memory-keeping system that has taken the scrapbooking industry by storm because of the back-to-basics and fuss-free approach. Becky's Blog has gained the reputation of being an uplifting and inspiring place on the web. There's always a common goal in everything Becky shares, which is to CULTIVATE A GOOD LIFE AND RECORD IT. Arizona is where she and her husband David are raising their 3 children.
"Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others."
—Marcus Tullius Cicero
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BECKY ANSWERS THE FIVE W's
Who are you?
An ordinary girl trying to be anxiously engaged in doing good continually.
What do you believe with all of your heart?
We end up taking on the characteristics of those we spend time with, which makes it imperative that we surround ourselves with people that we want to emulate.
When did you get your start?
In 1997 I was newly married and finishing college when I got my first gig with Creating Keepsakes magazine. My first article was on a creative lettering style and as they say, the rest is history.
Where is your favorite place on earth?
Home—hands down. But New Zealand is quite possibly my favorite place that we have visited.
Why are you here at BPC?
First of all, Stacy and I go way back. I have so much admiration and respect for my friend and what she stands for—so collaborating together is a no-brainer! Secondly, I love this online worldwide platform to connect with like-minded people who are anxious to cultivate a good life and record it.
How do you do everything you do?
I proactively seek ways to invite other people into my life who are good at what they do—from a house cleaner that comes regularly, to a team of incredibly talented people that have become integral in our business. I have no desire to "do it all" myself. That would just be nuts.