OMG I actually finished my second huge project this year! I will actually admit to being very proud of myself! I found that I can waste time like no one else and I thought I'd never step up long enough on my computer to finish this workbook that is so important to me. I will … Continue reading 2018 is My Year of Completing Projects!
Getting a diagnosis of some form of cancer is all too common in our society, but that does not make it any easier for anyone. Those with cancer and their support people need all the tools they can get to process all the emotions that come along with this disease. Creativity is one of those … Continue reading Creatively Through Cancer
Instead of words here’s a how to video for one of my favorite creative projects! You may hear me sigh several times but that’s because my words float away into the abyss sometimes when I’m talking. Heavy sigh!! Have fun trying this and the next video will be lifting the paint.
"Why am I here?" Probably the most asked question in all of history and a perfect exploration for you in your diary. Here's the best part of the question, it's one only you can answer for yourself. This is a decision YOU decide. It also tells a lot about how you frame your life. Are … Continue reading Dear Diary, Why am I Here?
The best thing about having a diary is to process all the stuff that goes on in my head. If you are a creative, you have a lot of ideas and those ideas get cluttered if they stay in your head. I do feel clear when I write out the ideas I have. There are … Continue reading Dear Diary – I feel clear when I write it out.
Start a visual diary for your personal art. Lay down your expectations and express yourself in a safe place - your diary.
There are jokes about "being tired of being tired" but they are not very funny if that is what you live with. When I started the Dear Diary Project, I thought journaling through goals as the focus and it still is, except this tried thing has almost taken over my days again. The thought about … Continue reading Dear Diary Mental Responsibility is Tiring