When it comes to our creative projects and fantasies, getting stuff out of our heads can be just as useful as it is for us to get anything else out of our heads, like grocery lists and to-dos. When we use the tools we have to distribute all the myriad things that are constantly swimming around in our minds, we help ourselves to think more clearly, and to fit more things into our days â€“ like craft projects and time for art or writing or music.
I’m still finding my way around Periscope, and one of the things I love most about it is that people can comment as you record, so you can respond to what they say or ask. […]
When Elise Blaha Cripe announced her new Get to Work Book, I nearly leaped through my computer screen to grab it. Elise is a craft blogger, but unlike many products created by craft bloggers for […]
I’ve spent this week pretty much hibernating in a vaguely introverted stint of recuperationÂ after a month of houseguests. I didn’t think I was making very much, given that I’ve also been working and I read […]
We spent the middle couple of weeks of this month visiting a tonÂ of family back east, and I used the opportunity to try out art journaling. I brought my knitting with me, but I wanted […]