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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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Zee Declaration of You!

Well, really, the declaration of MOI! I am a delighted participant in the recently launched Declaration of You, a collaboration between Michelle Ward (the When I Grow Up Coach) and Jess Swift. While I have focused a lot of time over the past year on improving my skills and learning new artmaking techniques, I felt […]

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Across Mediums

I participated in Kate Swoboda’s e-course Across Mediums (now available as an e-book that you can do at your own pace!) and highly recommend the experience for anyone looking to let go of artistic anxieties and inadequacies and to dive into the pleasurable, fun, exploratory side of art making. The course provides you with insights […]

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Join me in some art journal love

Dawn Vries Sokol is offering a ten-week “art journal stimulus project,” and, as she’s so wonderful & inspirational, I can’t help but sign up and give my 100% endorsement and encourage other journalers or would-be journalers to do the same! If you aren’t familiar with Dawn or her blog, maybe your familiar with her Art […]

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LTNS/Reboot

Seems like every blogger hits a point where they have to apologize for something on their site:  a misunderstanding, an offensive presumption, or—in many cases—a lack of activity. Seeing as my last post (in, yes, January) talked about the themes of passion-compassion, I’m instead going to be compassionate with myself. I’ve been away from the […]

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