A writer’s characters progress through joy, pain and growth, just like we do. In the process, we all get close.
Letting go encourages good habits because it creates space for so much creative abundance to move in.
If you’re struggling to get started on your creative passion, you can start where you left off.
Making space for what counts is not so much a resolution as a life goal. Here’s how I’m doing it this year.
The long road to epic: When you put your own priorities first, you’ll finish your novel.
Having a framework for writing is almost as important as the writing itself. We can learn from the writing rituals of the great ones.
The benefits of being mindful are many and well-noted. But perhaps not so acknowledged is the way awareness turns on the creative spigot.
Perfection isn’t what painting is about. It’s about finding your truth, and you can remain committed to that by letting go of art fear.
The desire to make your painting perfect, and the fear of ruining it, will always lead to painting doom. But there are ways to overcome art fear.
The sun may set on your creative block, but it will rise again. And because you’ve stayed committed, you’ll be ready to do what you do.
Follow the 11 Commandments of Writing and Daily Creative Routine, according to Henry Miller, in 1932.
Making art is messy for a reason. It’s to remind us that we won’t ever get it just right, or even close to perfect.
“Creativity is Essentially a Lonely Art . . . An Even Lonelier Struggle” – Lou Dorfsman
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