I had a "touch" of stomach flu or something last week and being nauseous reminded me of my chemo treatments and stem cell transplant. I found that getting my mind on something else was the key to "forgetting" I was sick. The BEST way I know how to get my mind on something interesting is … Continue reading Get Creative with Nausea! Self Care When You aren’t Feeling Well.
Are you ready for a creative stay-cation next week(6/18 - 6/25)? I will be hosting a free Facebook Live event using an altered book and the Hero's Journey every day at noon central time. As I teach at a summer art program here in Madison, I will be going live after class to bring … Continue reading Altered Book Stay-cation
Don't let the fear and anxiety build up inside you - learn to creatively purge.
I have thought about blogging every day and have had really good ideas. Then I think about actually going to my computer and . . . . no energy even to turn it on. What happens when you feel dried up? I've been doing art and focusing on my other biz Creating Your Path and … Continue reading What Happens When You Feel Dried Up?
It's March in Wisconsin - it's still cold, I'm withdrawn, and I'm stuck with chronic pain from a tumor. The last 8 months I've had depression slip in and grow. I'm not who I was and want to be. Why am I sharing this? To let you know what's helping me so I can help … Continue reading Art is My Constant
Tonight another year closes and the promise of a new year is on the horizon. What will it bring? Probably more of the same unless I give myself permission instead of fighting a losing battle with another resolution. I got this idea from a blog written by Allison Marie under GloryBegin. She is a brilliant … Continue reading Give Yourself Permission instead of fighting through another resolution.
There are times that I fall into my art and loose myself in the color and lines. Hours can go by as I listen to music or a book on CD. I go there because it makes me feel whole-some. It is the prescription that I need at that point in time. If I need … Continue reading I fall into my art and loose myself. . . .