finding more joy and purpose in social media. how can we reframe it, so that it adds to your life and wellbeing — rather than detracting from it?
how i got myself out of a dark cloud of anxiety, and created this metaphorical zen stone stack — a structure for what i need to live most vibrantly
ways of combating the feeling of “not enough” when you’re addicted to sweet taste of accomplishment
A fundamental skill in the hard discipline of caring for oneself is discerning the difference between false comfort and nourishment.
This is my list of 13 nourishing practices I keep coming back to everyday and every week, no matter where I am on the emotional spectrum.
Lately, I've been thinking a lot about the power of words to influence my thoughts and feelings, and the overall energy I bring into my life. I decided to make my own meditation book by hand, with only what I had lying around…
resources for inner strength training
how to wake up early even when it’s winter and nobody’s forcing you to
how to sleep early despite being at the mercy of a self-imposed, flexible schedule, the creative muses, the tango gods, and a nocturnally inclined, musician boyfriend
on designing an addictive environment for artistic pursuits
how to build your life’s creative work, one day at a time. here’s my old tool - the pleasurable, daily discipline of Magic Hour
getting to know my creative metabolism -- how I ingest, digest, and create my art — and how to avoid creative constipation.
How dissecting the anatomy of a creative project can help you bring it to life. Questions to ask yourself: What is essential to its existence as a self-sustaining thing? What does it need in order to go out into the world and connect with other people?
the artist journey
a list of things I learned from my first six months of being a full time artist-business-human being. (well, all at the same time.)
on the nature of carving a niche, serving our audience authentically, and building a “brand” for oneself.
a review of my journey over the last 13 years: how i got here, and where i’m going