The map tracks major projects that require immediate attention and focus to complete them.
What is the cost of your procrastination?
Saturday, February 26th 1 – 5 pm Join us for a fun afternoon of creative exploration using your journal and my juju. Feeling creatively uninspired or want to enjoy more play in your life? Take a page from artists and writers who develop their ideas by exploring in their journals. In this Journal Juju workshop, […]
Why does it seem to take superhuman strength to complete major projects? I’ll share my theory plus ways I cope with the confines of the completion phase of creating. Mentioned in this video:
In today’s creative entrepreneurship models, authentic voice, authentic messaging, authentic style and authentic offers are the only way to succeed.
You don’t really want someone telling you what to do. If you take their advice at all, you’ll tweak it to make it work for your vision and style.
You hear it all the time: If you’re serious about your art, you plug away at it EVERY SINGLE DAY. I’m on the fence about whether this advice is useful. I know that if we’re being honest with ourselves, we rarely manage to do something daily. Yet we try and when we don’t succeed, we […]
One of the best strategies to enhance and enjoy your creativity comes from Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way.* The Artist Date invites you take yourself out for something that’s fun for your creative self. Alone or with others, these outings are meant to fill your creative well, to spark your spirit, and quite simply, to […]
It’s been such an abundant year! I want to thank you for sharing the creative journey with me. Thank you for watching, reading, commenting and cheering me on. Here’s December’s Giveaway #2. Please leave a comment here, at the OI blog, by December 26th. Winner, announced December 28th, drumroll please: Okay, after much scrolling up […]
I’m doing a drawing a day until I fill my Moleskine notebook. I’d like to share a peek with you to inspire your own daily creativity. Enjoy!
You may be like me, rushing to plan for next year’s glory. But you also know that I insist on the need to acknowledge our creative accomplishments. Without this pause to assess our victories, we don’t glean the confidence available in our wins. We overlook our juju and miss that vitality that’s necessary for future […]