The launch week of the Juicy Blogging E-Course is always a busy one, so I've asked my friend, the talented artist, Mary Daniel Hobson, to guest post. Enjoy! I was delighted to be invited to write a guest post for Britt, who has always been so supportive of my creative projects. A big thanks to … Continue reading 2 Strategies for Starting New Creative Projects: Guest Post by Mixed Media Artist Mary Daniel Hobson
What if I do what I love and the money doesn’t follow?
I've been enjoying the Amazon series, Mozart in the Jungle. It's a light, easy-to-watch show about life behind the scenes at the New York Symphony. In the second season, one of the main characters, a free-spirited conductor named Rodrigo (Gael García Bernal), hears the general manager, Gloria (Bernadette Peters), singing in the shower. When he … Continue reading What if I do what I love and the money doesn’t follow?
Navigating Creativity’s “Prickles”
As I've been working my way through 20 days of prompts from Writing: Finding Everyday Inspiration, a WordPress Blogging U e-course, and getting my blogging groove back, I'm reminded of all the things I need to do to get my fingers on the keyboard each day. Some days are easy, but most days there are … Continue reading Navigating Creativity’s “Prickles”
Healing Art for Orlando in Oakland
Walking to BART yesterday, I noticed that the chain link fence at 41st and Broadway was covered in strips of fabric. A sign encouraged anyone walking by to: "Tie a ribbon for love. Take some from this fabric rainbow. Thank you." A little further down, a heart had been created with photos of the people … Continue reading Healing Art for Orlando in Oakland
10 ways to make time to write and create
I've compiled 10 tips for us about how to make time to write and create. Be sure to click on the links to the posts for more juicy tips! Wake up earlier (Create time to change your life via Zen Habits) Know when you work best (How to create time for your passion project via … Continue reading 10 ways to make time to write and create