Remember this when dealing with people on staff who don’t seem to have much to contribute.
Here’s a shout out to a new yearbook blog full of the problems we all experience as history keepers of our schools- it’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it!
How far are you willing to go to create awareness for your yearbook staff?
365 days, 252 “You know you’re a yerd when…” posts and 1 Yearbook Discoveries cover later, the one year anniversary of this blog has arrived!
And although I haven’t been solely in charge for a few months, I wanted to say thank you to each and every person who has ventured onto this page, shared it with their staff, rep, friend, or just scrolled through since October 2 last year.
Yearbook has had a huge impact on my life and I cannot imagine my life without the elective I chose to sign up for my sophomore year in high school. I hope you learn to love the yearbook world as much as I have, or at least you learn a little more about yourself in the publication process.
I’ll be in touch again shortly!
Much yerd love,
P.S. Read the Yearbook Discoveries article about me here. Especially because Ann Akers is a goddess and makes me sound far more awesome than I actually am.
— Anna Wintour