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make your creativity about {you}

[rest] sketched January 27, 2014

When creativity strikes, go ahead and follow it without fear of failing or looking silly. Practice saying yes to creativity and you’ll find yourself being more inspired. It’s okay to try something and decide it doesn’t work. It’s okay to put your best effort into something that no one will ever see. Remember, creativity can be just for you, so don’t be afraid to foster your creativity through a project that no one else knows about. -Samantha Mabe

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there are no certain routes: the usefulness of meaningful distraction

[currently reading] The Principles of Uncertainty by Maira Kalman

My life is my art. It is a matter of daily choices and decisions to engage meaningful distractions in order to activate perseverance; and to remind myself that easily defined skills are not all that matter. Continue reading

What is in your “cabinet of curiosities”?

page view: Show Your Work! by Austin Kleon

  • What is in your “cabinet of curiosities” that will facilitate your practice — and your ability to overcome your constraints?
  • What are you curating within the intangible museum of your heart?
  • What are you willing to practice {try, fail, learn, repeat} in order to live more of your heart desires?

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there are no certain routes: uncertainty [one day at a time]

[currently reading] The Principles of Uncertainty by Maira Kalman

Learn to get in touch with the silence within yourself and know that everything in this life has a purpose. -Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

My life is my art. It is a matter of daily choices and decisions to engage with a daily relationship with the hours. It is accepting “quarter moon phases” of expeditions through the “dark half” of  living. Continue reading