A conversation about the uniqueness of creative voice, an acute case of blogger’s block and the book I am currently reading.Today on the subway, the three inputs suddenly combined into a very tangible insight: It’s a very good thing that we’ll never be perfect.
Has your perfectionism been holding you back from finishing – or even starting – that project you are so excited about? Do you have a hard time accepting something as “good enough”? This post is for you. Let’s work on letting go of perfectionism together.
What’s minimalism? Can you be minimalist if you want to own more than three pairs of pants? This series is about exploring what minimalism means to you. Let’s start with something it means to me: balance.
Creative tribes connect and inspire us. What better way to celebrate this than by collaborating on a traveling art journal?
If you’re unsure where to start on your minimalist journey, a great way to dip your toes in the water is the minimalism game. Here’s how to play.
I talk a lot about art journaling as a creative habit. As all habits, creativity needs cultivating. How do we handle our creative habit when we go through emotional pain?
We as artists tend to be deeply in touch with our emotions, so feelings of loneliness and isolation can hit us especially hard. Read More
Keeping a travel journal is a wonderful habit. I always pack some basic art supplies and my travel art journal when I go on vacation. But what if you are stuck without supplies or the chance to get them?
How do you go about finding your inspiration? These seven steps will help you get a hold of your elusive muse.
Every move is a fresh start – and the perfect opportunity for a truly Pinterest-worthy home! Here is why developing a style concept is the first thing you should do – before you buy anything at all!