I had actually planned this post for last week but had a bit of life happens and broke my weekly posting streak but now I’m caught up and back to […]
It might seem like a relic of bygone eras before blogging but journaling is a useful practice even if you don’t want to disengage from your devices.
I want to introduce you to a few of my favorite art (and writing) supplies. Like a lucky pair of mismatched dirty socks that, when worn, inexplicably lead to sports […]
So, you’ve been inspired lately and you’ve worked on translating the idea in your head into a creative medium. You work on it for awhile and although it seemed like […]
There are several layers to the topic of inspiration. As the child of artists I’ve found it readily available but being inspired and knowing what to do with inspiration are […]
I’m very excited to share my new series of paintings titled “Grasslands Ghosts” inspired by the urban nature of Jacksonville.
In Cold Blood by Truman Capote My rating: 2 of 5 stars I never mind a boring nonfiction book if the information the author is writing about is compelling and represents the information that is available and verifiable as at least a written record of a perspective of the truth […]
Freshly finished BuJo page days before Santa brought me my Christmas coal cold.I wanted to write a follow up to my post about New Years goals/resolutions but as it would […]
Hoping everyone had a happy holiday season (assuming you celebrate any November/December holidays). I’d spotted these survey results about states with most/least holiday spirit and happen to be from one […]
The Orchid Girls by Lesley Sanderson My rating: 5 of 5 stars (I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review) Intensely gripping thriller/mystery with tension for days! I was intrigued by the title but went into it a bit skeptical. I’ve found it difficult to connect […]