No Apologies

In the creative mind, there are no apologies needed for people who don’t like: What you did. Or, how long you took. Or, the path by which you got there. Or, the appearance of the finished product. Or, how it Read More …

Ideas As Inspiration

Using ideas as inspiration to take action is really what creative thinkers hope for each day…each hour even. Keep thinking. Keep evaluating options and eliminating them if they don’t work. Keep doodling. Keep sketching it out, trying different options. Keep Read More …

In The Vacuum

In the vacuum of the room with no clock, no calendar and no internet… time can pass by in one of two ways: Lightning fast – how did we do all of that in just 8 short hours? Snail’s pace Read More …

Hold On To The Past

When you hold on to the past, be sure you just hold onto memories. Let go of anything sad…it doesn’t need to be dwelled upon too much to have meaning. Historic sites and what they meant, so that you can Read More …

Tell An Artist

You can, and you should, tell an artist: that you like their work. that you admire their subject matter. that you like their piece, it is so inspiring. that you appreciate their efforts, because of what it makes you feel. Read More …

Lost the Art

In our technological advances we have all but lost the art of craftsmanship. I was reminded today – hearing the woman describe the feeling of the wood, beneath the tools, at her hands – of childhood. As we move further Read More …

A Bear’s Gotta Eat

You probably haven’t thought about this, but you probably would agree if you thought about it – a bear’s gotta eat… Today I walked into the cafe, which was full, including a full, grown bear sitting at the counter. He Read More …