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“Time for you and time for me,
And time yet for a hundred indecisions,
And for a hundred visions and revisions,
Before the taking of a toast and tea.”
T.S. Eliot

 A week or so ago, I had the chance to listen to Ricё Freeman-Zachary interview artist Sue Kreitzman [link to interview podcast] and [link to Sue's website]. I've been trying to put into words the impact of that podcast. Most importantly, I've felt so darned good about being an artist, about creating, blooming, growing, experimenting, dreaming. Ricё is an amazing interviewer, and I highly recommend you download a bunch of her podcasts.

But especially this one.

 “Microphone” symbol from The Noun Project collection.

The mission of The Noun Project is to collect, organize and add "to the highly recognizable symbols that form the world's visual language..." Isn't this gorgeous? The symbols are free, and attribution is well appreciated.

Five minute time lapse video of a trip around the US. Coolness.

Practical insights into how to make decisions from Litemind {I'm so wickedly bad at making certain types of decisions}

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Reader Comments (4)

Thank you for posting the links to the podcast and to Sue Kreitzman's page. I want to be Sue when I grow up! She's so inspiring and I love her zest and vibrancy. After seeing her work, I think it has given me the impetus to not overthink things and let go more. What's the worst that can happen? I make art!

11.10.2011 | Unregistered CommenterStephanie

I just started listening to Ricë's podcast a few weeks ago and I've been devouring them like potato chips. I agree - the one with Sue was especially fun and interesting and inspiring! Great link on decision making - I struggle mightily with this too.

11.10.2011 | Unregistered Commenteriamrushmore

I love that time lapse trip around the US...makes me smile! And I got to see many places I've never seen. I can't get over what a contrast there was between the mountainous-ness of the first half and the flat-ness of the second half! My favorite part was the quick trip across the water from Oregon to Washington. So fun...thanks for posting!

11.10.2011 | Unregistered CommenterAndria

Thank you for sharing the link to these inspiring podcasts. I love listening to podcasts while I work around the house and these amazing artist interviews will be my new companions throughout the day. The one you referred to was amazing. How hopeful for me to hear of a woman who completely re-imagined her own life at an older age. Loved it!

11.11.2011 | Unregistered CommenterMisty

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