This is a hopefully weekly post where I share the things that are lighting me up. I get very, very into things and I love to tell people about the things I am very, very into. Here’s what I’m obsessed with right now:Continue reading “5 things I’m obsessed with this week”
I recently sat down with my friend Theodora Blanchfield, who blogs at Preppy Runner, for an episode of her new podcast This May Be Oversharing (you can also find it on iTunes). I was honored to be her first guest!Continue reading “Podcast appearance: This May Be Oversharing”
My friend and accountability partner Ivy is amazing for a lot of reasons, but one of them is that she often gives me ideas for blog posts in the form of requests for things she wants to read. A recent request was for me to write about how to create space for art in your busy life. Continue reading “How to create space for art in your busy life”
This is a hopefully weekly post where I share the things that are lighting me up. I get very, very into things and I love to tell people about the things I am very, very into. Here’s what I’m obsessed with right now: Continue reading “5 things I’m obsessed with this week”
Five things that made my life better in July: Continue reading “5 things that made my life better this month”
A few weekends ago, I cleared my schedule and holed up in my apartment for a DIY creative retreat. The main goal for this weekend was to catch up on the writing schedule for my novel, which meant writing 21 pages over the duration of the weekend. There were other things I wanted to get done — two blog posts, a visual rebrand for my blog and social media accounts, and an editorial calendar for my blog through the end of April — but all were secondary (and tertiary, etc.) to the main goal.
During the weekend, I reached my desired page count, wrote two blog posts, and made incremental progress on my other goals. Want to do something similar? Here are some tips. Continue reading “Plan a DIY creative retreat for this weekend”
A few months ago, my friend Devin paid me the best compliment I’ve ever received: “You are a life artist. Everything you do is a work of art.”
I don’t know if this is true, but I do know that I want it to be true.
So much so, in fact, that I updated my social media profiles to include the above designation. Continue reading “Live more creatively: How to be a life artist”