Tag Archives: writing

Make Mistakes on Purpose

When you start a project, an artwork, anything at all. That blank page can be awfully intimidating. It can hold all sorts of imagined expectations, fears, a bunch of nasty thoughts in that head of yours. Make a mistake on … Continue reading

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Sketchbooks & Notebooks and Journals, Oh My!

A few weeks ago, I published my first post about self-publishing so you’d think I’d be past the initial excitement. Nope! I love learning how to create sketchbooks & journals that other people will use. I keep imagining what you … Continue reading

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Steps to Self-Publishing

This is not something I expected to blog about. I’m an artist and occasional writer — but a self-publisher? Apparently, yes. I’ve been off work for a few months for health reasons. But because I struggle with anxiety and depression, … Continue reading

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Pixels, Patience and Practice

If you’re going to get better at something, it helps if you actually like it. Most people don’t want to spend the time or energy to get something “just right”. But if it’s something I like — or need — … Continue reading

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