own your creativity

I’ve done it again

Tomorrow night I am displaying my art + giving a talk about my creative process.  Often, I get to this point in my art making that I don’t know if anything I create is good anymore. As I prepare for my night of exhibition, I see that my feelings are magnified by the vulnerability of showing[…]

Hitching Happiness to a Happening

I had a revelation this morning. I, like many of us, wait for my expectations to occur in order to then become happy. Ohhh, this is so challenging to admit to you, because I teach VERY topic of expectations and being rid of they to almost all of my clients. (truth: I never ever claim[…]

An unlikely pair team up

“You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.” ~ Maya Angelou In the past few weeks, I’ve been thinking a lot of[…]

The truth about what I want

Recently, I was going through a rough patch, as we all do from time to time. Important relationships were appearing in my life like relation-shits (as my dear friend Jana Kellam teaches), several of my mechanical tools broke within 24 hours, and I was fearful and stressed about all the details of my life. Honestly,[…]

What if I told you?

What if I told you that you don’t have to wait for permission to be creative? What if I told you failure was part of the process of creativity–a part that you can’t and shouldn’t avoid? One of my biggest internal roadblocks when expressing myself is waiting for the right time. Waiting for someone else[…]

Do you rent or own your creativity?

Today, I want to take you on an analogy journey so you may relate in a new way to your creativity. All of my adult life, I’ve been an apartment and house renter. I have thankfully had amazing landlords that help me to feel like my home is always taken care of when issues arise—like the heating[…]

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