I Used to be a Quitter

I would start a creative project and if it didn’t immediately “work out” I would quit, thinking, “I can’t do this.” When I made my creative resolution 3 years ago, I suddenly felt more accountable. If I didn’t finish a project what would I write about? I began finishing the drawings and paintings I started.Continue reading “I Used to be a Quitter”

9 Tips to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolution

My 2014 resolution was to be more creative. I came across a note I wrote¬†six months in, “just pull out the paints.” Now, four years later, I realize keeping a resolution isn’t that simple. I know my success has been much more specific than that. There are ups and downs to any resolution. There areContinue reading “9 Tips to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolution”

6 months of my creative resolution!

…and still going strong. In the past 6 months I have accomplished¬†52 watercolor paintings, 8 acrylics on canvas and 64 sketches! It is amazing to me what writing a goal down can do. When I first typed the words, “I hope to draw, paint and create my way through 2014!” – I didn’t know whatContinue reading “6 months of my creative resolution!”