photo of Julie Muenster

Hello!

My name is Julie, and I am a teacher. A teacher with a variety of interests!

The classroom. I love planning lessons and creating engaging experiences for my students. Teachers have a challenging job, and if I can share resources to make the job easier, I’m thrilled!

Crochet. I teach classes to adults in the winter and middle-schoolers in the summer. For the online world, I create and sell original patterns. My specialty is hats!

Business. Having run multiple businesses for several years, I understand the challenges of wearing many hats. I like helping DIYers develop a professional brand.

I just love organizing information and presenting it in a way that looks good and makes sense!

By the way, why Lincoln Media Design?

Abraham Lincoln was a man of integrity and a good communicator. He’s my hero.

I have plenty of training as well as real-life experience (notice the gray hair!), and I value the trust you place in me.

Julie is wonderful to work with. She is always professional and curious. She built me a professional website that looks and works well. Any time I have a problem she is right there to take care of me. I highly recommend her.

Tim Liesch
Harmony Home Inspection

If you’re dying to know more:

When I’m not trying to improve the world, I enjoy hanging out with my kids, walking with friends, working in my yard and garden. I like participating in our local theater productions and starting DIY home projects.

Some other facts:

  1. My home is in Peshtigo, Wisconsin, home of the deadliest fire in U.S. history. I was a storyteller at the Peshtigo Fire Museum
  2. I can write with either hand.
  3. I am a mother of twins; my mother also had twins.
  4. My favorite character in Lord of the Rings is Sam. My kids got his (Sean Astin’s) autograph for a Mother’s Day gift.
  5. I’m an INTJ (Myers-Briggs personality). Mastermind.
  6. Captain Jean-Luc Picard for president!
  7. I made my children watch every episode of “Gilligan’s Island.” They say they’re going to do the same to their children.