Category Archives: Creativity + Inspiration

Curious About Coaching? Try A Free Session Today

You’ve got big dreams, but maybe you need some help reaching them. Coaching could be just what you’ve been looking for. And now is a great time to try it—because I am offering individual sessions at a fabulous rate (free!). In January, I joined the Courageous Living Coach Certification program and, as part of my practicum, I’ve been […]

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Coloring for Stress Relief? You Betcha

Last year for my birthday, my mother-in-law gave me a coloring book and some markers. Little did she know, it was a perfect gift! In fact, I was already hooked by the adult coloring craze, and had downloaded some blank mandalas online and purchased a set of fancy colored pencils from Amazon. What I’ve discovered is that coloring […]

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Your Invitation to an Inspired January

The new year is upon us, bringing to mind thoughts of what was during 2015 and what’s next for 2016. My gal pal Eliza and I were talking the other day about how we like to begin a new year. Neither of us do resolutions—too confining, too fueled by ‘shoulds.’ Instead, we both choose a […]

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One Thing Every Creative Must Have

Someone recently asked me why I created The Artist’s Way Creative Cohort. In a word: community. It’s the one thing every creative must have and it’s not that easy to come by. Working from home, I often hanker for authentic connection with fellow creatives instead of the constant promotion and posturing on social media. But I’m strongly […]

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10 Reasons You Need Creative Outlets—Even if You Don’t Feel Creative

Whether you think you’re creative or not—spoiler: you are!—you need one or more creative outlets. Increasingly, research shows that engaging in creative activities improves your health and happiness. Creativity sits at the top of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, nestled among the self-actualization needs that help you realize your full potential. By listing creativity as a self-actualization need, Maslow was […]

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