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Week 6: “Gift”

When I first became an artist, first created something with my own hands, I gave away my work. It was simple when I was a child, to draw a picture and give it away. My mother had countless drawings, my grandparents, my aunt and eventually cousins. Holidays it was expected…

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I had no idea.

I have 1,182 subscribers to this blog. ::blink blink:: Um. Well, hello there! Call it me being naive, but I literally had no idea. I rarely get comments, I attribute that to too-busy schedules and “skimming”, but my site stats didn’t even know. One of my plugins apparently did, though.…

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Week 5: “Kindness”

“Live kindness. Practice gratitude.” is something I have tried to live by, and it is especially needed in the world right now. There are so many little things that you can do every day to spread kindness. Here are just a few I could think of off the top of…

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New Classes

I’ve been teaching on Outschool for the past month and am enjoying the freedom immensely. I get a weekly list of requested classes that I can build curriculum around. Personally, I’d be interested in taking most of them myself. ha I’ve launched new workshops on Outschool this week, as well…

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Week 4: “Family”

Between my husband and I, we have lost four family members in the last three weeks, so this week’s theme is especially poignant for me… Family to me is also tribe, the people in your life who have gone from being just friends to being a kind of extended family. Mine…

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Week 3: “Share”

What are some of the ways that you share? Do you open your home and feed people? Do you leave bits of your love out in the world for someone to find, like a piece of art or a word on a leaf? Do you blog or make videos? There…

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In My Element

A bit about my process as I start teaching online this morning.

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Week 2: “Gratitude”

I’m grateful for all experience, good or bad, as everything holds a lesson to be learned. I grew up with the debate about the glass and somewhere along the line I shifted my philosophy to something that suited me much better than just liquid. “It’s not whether or not the…

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