Many of us have filled some of our isolation time by taking on additional creative projects or learning new skills.
This conflict between short-term gain and long-term prosperity was a suitable theme for a 1960s America in the midst of figuring out what it wanted to be.
If the places we've been no longer exist, does part of ourselves go with them?
Life is not really gray, after all. It's a spectacle of colors and sounds...
Walking reassures me of the limitless nature of creativity.
If we don't #RESIST and fight the future, who will?
The most difficult step of any undertaking is often the beginning.
A change of scenery now and then is essential
Welcome back to the Creative Life Adventure. There is a romanticized image of the lonely artist, the tortured soul who courageously clings to a solitary vision while remaining misunderstood by the ignorant masses. Ayn (“Ayn the Pain”) Rand created an entire long-winded novel, The Fountainhead, around this image. The lonely artist is often portrayed in…
Welcome back to the Creative Life Adventure. I was recently honored to be the subject of a blog post by Anitha Robinson for her Kindness is Everything blog. Anitha is the author of the Broken Worlds series of books, available on Amazon. The blog post was a brief story about a rescue dog I fostered…