Tag Archives: curating

there are no certain routes: art & intimacy

quarter moon art

Art involves intimacy with yourself, but also with other people. It is a way of being close and exchanging love. -Sheila Heti

The need for intimacy with myself was the first hurdle concerning my intention to overcome what felt like constant burnout. I realize now I believed a false value for measurable productivity.

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?

Continue reading

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