Monthly Archives for December 2010

Cultivating Wonder & Letting Go

How did you cultivate a sense of wonder in your life this year? I let myself get messy with paint and other materials, I turned dog walking into an excuse to explore and imagine, I treated myself to new tools and materials to court and inspire my muse, I didn’t try to box my creativity […]

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Welcome to the world, baby boy

Pick one moment during which you felt most alive this year. The morning of October 14th, I got the call that my sister was in the hospital and in labor. While these calls, I’m sure, are always something of a surprise, this one definitely was because I had spoken to my dad only the night […]

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Friday Five

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My own worst enemy/best friend

What do you do each day that doesn’t contribute to your writing creativity—and can you eliminate it? While, obviously, I have a blog and, therefore, write, I feel replacing the word “writing” with “creativity” above makes me squirm ten times more and, as a result, must be more appropriate. So, this is me squirming: I […]

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