I’m a collector of quotes. One of my favorite quotes was written by Brenda Laurel, a brilliant researcher and writer, among other accomplishments:
“A design isn’t finished until someone is using it.”
I’ve often thought about this statement when I’m working on a piece of jewelry.
If you live near or in a city, you’ll most likely be surrounded by diversity and cultures, different perhaps from your own. And whatever your background, it can be very inspiring to observe the habits of other folks and enjoy the foods, fashions and arts of other cultures.
Working with first-time authors to complete and publish their work is incredibly rewarding. Helping people nurture and develop a concept, research a subject or share a personal story is exciting for both the author and me, in my role as coach and book shepherd.
I love to dance. I can’t dance the way I did in my 20s – all night long, but I still love to dance. Okay, so maybe my moves are a little stiffer than they used to be, but moving to music remains a great joy in my life.
There is one excellent reason for trying a creative workshop. There are others of course, but this one beats them all. Know what it is?
I’ve often read of the connection between messiness and artists.
There is apparently a direct correlation between disorganization and creative thought. More than one study has shown that creative types prefer chaos to order. Messy desks/work spaces promote thinking outside of the box.
Many women I talk to say that creativity and self-expression is something they cannot live without, and that perhaps it has become even more important in their life as they age. How do you express yourself? And how do you incorporate creativity in your daily life?
It’s almost spring, and if you like gardening in any of its many forms then you are already thinking about what you are going to plant this year.
Yes. You read that headline right. You might ask how the container gardening relates to pollinators.
Engaging your creativity after 60 is a surefire way to combat stressors that accompany aging.
Currently navigating through a host of family and financial issues, my good friend and 70-plus hero, Paula, employs creativity as a tool to rebalance perspective.