After years of going back and forth between corporate jobs that didn’t suit me and windows of time making art, I realised that it was time for a shift. I wanted to make my own creativity a more significant part of my life.
It’s been very challenging at times, but I’ve found a few strategies to keep myself in motion. One of these is to adopt a training mindset and an understanding that I will need to keep myself slowly moving in a way that is aligned with my goals. Read More
This is the second in a series of posts about The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity, a book and a self-study program developed by Julia Cameron in the 1990s.
Each week of the program is focused on a theme. In the post, I’ll be looking back on Week 2: Recovering a Sense of Identity. Cameron begins the week by discussing the ebb and flow of gaining strength and falling back into self-doubt. As we grow, there can be doubt even in the growth itself. Cameron gives some helpful advice — ‘Do not let your self-doubt turn into self-sabotage.’ Read More
I’m so happy to introduce you to the Creative Spirit Co, the new home for my coaching and courses on living a creative life. I've launched this new business to connect with my mission to help people reach their creative potential.
If you’ve been reading this blog or checking-in on my Instagram, you’ll already know that big things have been happening over the past year. I’ve been diving deeper into work that fills me with joy and aligns with my passions and purpose. Read More
This is the first in a series of posts about The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity, a book and a self-study program developed by Julia Cameron in the 1990s.
I completed the 12-week program a few months ago. By doing the reading and working through the course exercises, I experienced a significant change in my own creative process. The course helped me reclaim my identity as an artist and return to my passions with new energy and confidence. Read More