Start a visual diary for your personal art. Lay down your expectations and express yourself in a safe place - your diary.
Why start a diary? I propose that it is to find the "why" in yourself. Why do I feel_________?, Why do I react like this_________? Why do I keep finding the same person to love? Why do keep hearing the same thing repeat itself in my head? and even the big one: Why am I … Continue reading Dear Diary – Why?
“Having a vested interest in other souls unconditionally creates a ripple effect that produces miracles in the lives of those around us.” ― Molly Friedenfeld, The Book of Simple Human Truths The ripple effect is either positive or negative and you get to choose. That can be very exciting or daunting. Right now our reality … Continue reading The Ripples from our Actions
I've been getting a lot insights into my creative brain lately. Mine goes at light speed with an over abundance of ideas. This morning when I was meditating with my oracle cards (Wisdom of the Oracle by Colette Baron-Reed) I got an insight about using an Idea Box. This is not a new concept but … Continue reading The Creative Brain and an Idea Box
When I rip out the pages of my altered book, I usually end up with a couple pages that don't rip as close to the seam as I want. What to do with those pages? Add tags in your altered book! I chose to glue two tags together with the … Continue reading Stencils and Tags in an Altered Book
Most of the stuff that makes me happy is in my art and my altered books. If you can identify, then you can proudly claim to be a creative! The only difference between those who call themselves artists (or creatives) and those that don't think they are is recognizing we all have a creative brain. … Continue reading The Creative Brain
I've done a few pages and blogs about our inner critic which focus on standing up to the old recordings in my head. Today I want to focus on understanding and loving our inner critics. We all have that voice inside our heads that tell us how crappy our work is or that we aren't … Continue reading Understanding and loving our inner critics