Dreaming on Paper

Dreaming on Paper

Since returning from Esalen, I have been on a creative adventure:  putting paint to the page, starting each day with a creative practice (I am well into my second Art Journal), and happily taking photos and posting on instagram.  Along the way, I have discovered endless inspiration from artful bloggers, who use their creativity for […]

Magnificent or Little? (Your choice.)

I love synchronicities.  This morning I was reading the text from “A Course in Miracles” and was completely captured by a section called, “Littleness versus Magnitude.” Littleness is when you play it safe. You content yourself with the world you see around yourself and tell yourself things like: “This is just how life is,” “Keeping my […]

Be Remarkable

re·mark·a·ble (adjective) 1. notably or conspicuously unusual; extraordinary, striking, extraordinary, wonderful, unusual, singular, uncommon. 2. worthy of notice or attention. I’ve noticed how easy it is to let things slip to “average” when you play it safe, try to fit into someone else’s model of success, or attempt to figure out what you think will […]

Creative Marketing 101: Stop doing YUCKY

To have a creative business that thrives, you need to figure out how to “market” what you are doing. And, what I notice, is that we can make this: A.  Fun and authentic, or B. Complicated, a struggle, and just plain yucky. If you are like any of the unique individuals that I work with, […]

3 Ways to Find the Heart of Your Creative Business Brand

Getting Your Look & Feel Right When You Are Standing at the Starting Line One of the major stumbling blocks in building a small creative business, is that  when you first start off or when you switch gears to a new/better path, you are right away confronted with some hefty choices to make about your […]