Every day, we get lots of inspiring comments from you, our readers! In this roundup, we share some of our favorites from the previous week.
I just had a tiny epiphany. Your art (and the work of others) actually appeals to me even more when you aren’t trying to attach a heavy message to it. It’s beautiful; It reminds me of beauty and makes me want to do beautiful things. That is powerful & that is enough.
I absolutely love this:
“I want to show you magical discoveries I find with my camera and the layers of memories long ago and yet to be.”
I feel the same way about my jewelry, but I struggle with a way to express it.
One thing that helped me center myself lately was Lisa Work’s Passion Flavor exercise. It’s a free resource that was apparently worded just the right way to work for me. I’ve typed my flavor focus at the top of my to-do list for instant reference.
- Amy in response to The Power of Questions and How to Find What You Didn’t Lose
ps…loved this post (subject) and a similar one on christine miller’s blog. love hearing real, authentic, heartfelt honest posts like these!
- Kathryn in response to Do You Honour Your Own Vision?
Whew, I got a little scared for a minute there before I saw your disclaimer that this schedule is too full!
I’m notorious for underestimating how much time something will take me – keeping track of the actual time is a great idea.
Thanks for the tips! Looking forward to reading more about productivity fantasies (schedule all the things!).
- Alexis in response to Low Level Planning: Baseline Activities, Estimates and Metrics
- Jan in response to Acute How-To: The Anti Green Thumb’s Garden
I love lavender! It’s my favourite scent for soap making. I also use it on my pillow to help me sleep… or during the day, if I’m stressed, I’ll smell it to relax… I’m a lavender junkie…
- Marie Noelle in response to Little Things Link Love: Lavender