Slowly but surely, I’m coming more into my own. After years of abusive relationships telling me how I should look, sound, spend my time, making me feel bad about my hobbies or my taste in music, or even the way I practiced the same religion,
Hey! So . . . Remember how I said I was going to try to create a YouTube channel? Well . . .
Many employers believe that creativity is valuable characteristic in their employees. So, even if you’re not the “creative” type, finding some time every day to draw, paint, listen to or write music can help you succeed in your personal and professional life.
Do you know someone who always blames other people for their problems? Do you know someone who can never get their act together? Do you know someone who is always complaining about their life and how everything is always against them? Is that person you?
When I was young, I loved to draw, paint, sculpt, and scribble. A large part of my childhood was spent in front of a canvas. I won a few competitions and was even featured in a museum for a little while.
I need a mental break.
The last few weeks for our home has been a little crazy, but very good. I’ve been adjusting to my new job and my husband has been starting up another spring semester. It’s been challenging, but a lot of fun.
Hello, everyone! As you all know, I’ve been trying to get back into the flow of writing and drawing. After several years at college and feeling like I had no time to do the things I love (which is sad and you should choose something that you at least tolerate, I’ll probably write something on… Continue reading 3 Ideas for Creativity