right brain planning is allowing

AEDM Day 17 Right Brain Planner gluebooks

Art of Day 17 // allow & reflect

A good system shortens the road to the goal. -Orison Swett Marden

Art of Day 17 of Art Every Day Month: I {allowed} time to review and to flip through my journals and artwork … to {be} with it and observe the many facets of what I do every day.

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Week 39 // color, liberty and she-journaling

unsolicitedThis world in itself is not reasonable, that is all that can be said. But what is absurd is the confrontation of this irrational and wild longing for clarity whose call echoes in the human heart. The absurd depends as much on man as on the world. For the moment it is all that links them together. -A Life Worth Living: Albert Camus, Brainpickings

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August Dailies — Building Resilience

one thing leads to another

One thing leads to another … routines, rituals, dailies, day-be-day — complimentary themes that go well with Leah Piken Kolidas’ choice of “Cycles” as the theme for August’s Creative Every Day. Right brain planning is allowing something mundane to become art; this week I will post my daily planning-art — and likely  hopefully the remaining days of August. ;) Continue reading

What I learned on my vacation, Part 2 {Pez dispenser practice}

07 Pez wonder womanI scheduled this week as vacation; this week on June’s calendar which followed unplanned busyness {and stress} :shock: due to the history-making weather {heartache and wide-spread damage} in my area of Oklahoma. Punctuating the need + vital importance of stepping away from my regular routine. Continue reading

Rumpled Love + Lent; Letting go + Living Free


Learn how to breathe and when you think you are stronger, take more time. … Be patient with your heart. ~Tori Elfstrom

Seven years ago I learned how to breathe {again}. I took time. I was patient with my heart; it was being remodeled … walls which had created special places of respite, for the various roles and career choices, were being hammered to create a new space of Onward for me. Continue reading