Getting Unstuck & Figuring Out What to Do

You do not need a ginormous 17-step strategic plan. You really don't. It is much simpler than you might imagine.

I do art every day - there are projects going on simultaneously - lots of journals and papers and index cards and art in various stages of completion and I've been working with this bouncy art energy for almost a decade. 

And here is my experience. Ideas will flow if you keep showing up. Yup. Even on days when you don't feel like you have any ideas. When you are walking through quicksand. You can still do things to keep propelling yourself forward nonetheless. 

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Inktober, Looking Forward and Back

Whew. Wow! Can we truly be into October already?! I feel like the Index-Card-a-Day Challenge just ended a second ago ⏰ and summer heat was enveloping us -- how does this happen? OK. So back to reality. Historically, in my world, October is a month where PROGRESS is possible! And that's surprising because in our OUR HOUSE we have almost back-to-back family birthdays plus 🎃 Halloween plus annual school events and of course other holidays on the horizon. But October has been a very creatively productive month the past several years because of Inktober. It has given me a lighthearted focus on INK. On completing tiny projects. It reminds me of ICAD, because it's really like ICAD but with INK and with ANY type of paper. 

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no:rules art journaling {workshop expansion}

Free:fall into no:rules art journaling. 
Take those papers you've collected forever
and introduce them ✂️⚛️ to the wildness of acrylic paint.

Need a creative escape? A bit of self-nurturing me-time? Want to meet other folks who love art journaling as much as you do? You can share your pages and chat @ art journaling in the private, happy little Daisy Yellow Altered Books FB group. 

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