I woke up yesterday feeling like my heart was shrinking. Something about witnessing the repeated acts of selfishness, unkindness, intolerance and hate in the news and on social media was making me feel small, powerless, and contracted. And then a video of someone bringing gifts to young people in a shelter for homeless LGBTQ youth … Continue reading Big Vision Love Day: Pay What You Can Feb 10
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”
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
Three Questions to Ask When You’re Feeling Stuck
While listening to the Painted Guru interview series over the last week, or so, I found myself jotting down tidbits of wisdom that could be applied to how to move through periods of stuckness and indecision. When I turned these inspirational nuggets into questions, and answered them in relation to areas of my life where … Continue reading Three Questions to Ask When You’re Feeling Stuck
Do you have a creativity wound?
In preparation for an upcoming interview for the online radio show, Creative Spirit: Connecting Art and Soul, I was asked to think about: 1. When did I first view myself as creative, and 2. Why do many people think of themselves as not being creative? For me, the two questions are intertwined. I didn't think … Continue reading Do you have a creativity wound?