As is the case more often than not these days, I’d run across Lisa Sonora Beam via Twitter, loved her website, then bought her then-newly released book, The Creative Entrepreneur. At the time, Lisa offered a few online workshops. I took a beginning visual journaling class, … [Read more...] about creative entrepreneuring with Lisa Sonora Beam
I am a perpetual student. If you could give out a PhD in beginner's mind, I would be doing my post-doctoral work. I'm an introvert who loves signing up for art and writing retreats. I love to travel. I love solitude. I like that retreats take you out of ordinary time. I … [Read more...] about thoughts on connection from a misanthrope
I am humbled, touched and surprised by Jennifer Louden's Facebook status update over a week ago that my fledgling blog is one of her new favorites! *blush* I still don't know what to say, except, Thank you for the plug, Jen! I'm thrilled...and a bit embarrassed to admit … [Read more...] about finds. + thoughts on being visible.
My garden has waxed and waned over the years. I picked up my gardening bug from my father, who has an incredible garden in San Diego. I remember moving into the house, where my parents still live, when I was 12 or 13. Their lot is pie-shaped with most of the land on a steep … [Read more...] about gardening, writing & creative cycling
Note: This is my inaugural post on the artist retreats and writing workshops that I find. Although I can't attend them all, I'd love to hear from anyone who attends great events by kind, fantastic, engaging and accessible teachers. A few weeks ago I attended the 19th Annual … [Read more...] about finds. writing workshops in China & Paris