Tag Archives: Hungry Muse

Artist Dates: Remembering What Makes Your Heart Sing

“It’s so fine and yet so terrible to stand in front of a blank canvas.” – Paul Cezanne Yesterday I went to the art supply store. Alone. I wandered the aisles looking for inspiration, hoping to catch a hint of … Continue reading

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It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint — Ten Tips for Avoiding Creative Burnout

How do you pace yourself when your creative life is on a very fast train, destination unknown? I don’t know about you, but when there are too many things going on I get all buzzy and frantic inside, and my … Continue reading

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Only Everything

I ask the Muse what it requires of me, and how to Dance this Dream we share.  The Muse replies— “You must receive everything into the depths of your unshielded soul— You must give everything with an unshackled heart, holding … Continue reading

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Keeping it Real: Is there generosity, honesty and truth in your work?

Do you allow yourself to be vulnerable–to explore your deepest truths in your work? It strikes me that what makes any work of art, performance, or story great is that it is fundamentally true. Even if the work takes us … Continue reading

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Challenge: Create Every Day for 30 Days

Are you up for a challenge? For the next thirty days, go create something. Every day. It doesn’t matter what. Make art,  music, stories, photographs, beautiful meals, gardens, a new business…anything. Tune into your muse, accept her gifts, and send … Continue reading

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