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Everyday Fearless – The Book
Creative Monday – The Book
- Permission to slow down. I’m working on Slow Down Packs today. Swipe left to see what’s in each one.Permission to make it up as I go along.Permission to not keep the peace.Permission to start something new.Work in Progress. Blank permissions.There must be something in the air.. I’ve picked up the garden shears!
Category Archives: Normal Thinking
(This is clematis and it is going to look beautiful soon… possibly) New experiences continue here and we’re like children (nice children, not cranky children…) as we discover different ways to be in the world together. Denis has returned to … Continue reading
(Patterns… cabbage) I was watching an art video on YouTube today and it reminded me (long story) that sometimes what other people hear in their heads isn’t what we thought we said. Many years ago I attended a course where … Continue reading
(Heart Art from Paris) Never discourage anyone…who continually makes progress, no matter how slow. – Plato Go on, go on, go on, you’re doing great, Mairead.
(Perfect Hands… Granny and grandchild) I will be giving a talk in Dublin on Tuesday night and one of the sections is about being unique. I was thinking… we’ve heard it all before…. each person is unique. From our finger … Continue reading
(Busy insect in Mount Usher gardens last week) I’m immersing myself in creative things. Making and doing but also reading about the creative process and watching movies about creative people. And everywhere I turn I see more articles or books … Continue reading
(Graffiti in cafe toilet – I didn’t write it) I’ve uncovered another of my patterns and this one is big (for me). I’ve been working away for the past month on productivity. I’ve read the book, Getting Things Done by … Continue reading
(Library pictures….. meat….) I have always been a carnivore. My normal thinking around it would be: To survive a human needs to eat meat (almost) every day. While I have often considered eating less meat, my normal thinking told me … Continue reading