A beauty that is imperfect, impermanent and incomplete… There’s great beauty to be found in imperfections. Think Wabi Sabi. Anyone with an artistic inclination intuitively knows this, as creatives, we think we do. But this comes directly at odds with our drive for perfection, perfection that is elusive and brief. Artist’s whole purpose is to
Sometimes to make something better we need to break it apart. Creativity is no different. As we all know and feel, our creative flow of comes under constant fire. The people around us, the demand of adult life, responsibilities and to-do-lists from which we don’t seem to get an ounce of inspiration, distractions, emotions, life
The Self-Healing Power of Writing. There are mindful activities that connect us with a sense of self, unattainable through anything else. Music, artistic expressions, dance, painting, drawing, writing. We do this naturally, almost unaware of the power they hold on our very human soul. As a writer, I’m drawn to the written word to relieve
(This post was inspired by Blurb‘s creative question: What’s your perfect creative Sunday) When Monday rolls around, do you feel energized and ready to face a brand new week? Do you feel the full force of your creative self, ideas and potential oozing from your creative soul? or do you feel the opposite, an inert
To be an engaging educator you have to be creative. You might not see yourself as an educator. But you definitely are if you are: passionate about sharing your knowledge or experience through any online or offline channel. a born or learned communicator. adding value to others by exposing them to information and new perspectives.