Are the many moods of creativity affected by weather? Take a short survey about your own creative response.
Is your writing adverb-free? I hope not. Here’s my case in favor of those lushly descriptive modifiers of verbs.
Making space for what counts is not so much a resolution as a life goal. Here’s how I’m doing it this year.
I really hate Venetian blinds. But they do make useful photographic props.
The long road to epic: When you put your own priorities first, you’ll finish your novel.
There are many measures of a year, but for me, 2014 is most memorable in pictures.
The worldwide pandemic of loneliness that afflicts so many freelancers and writers has a cure. Take this test.
Find out why the Austin American-Statesman calls the Blue Genie Art Bazaar “simply the hippest holiday art fair in town.”
There’s more than mere fun and festivities involved when you shop local.
There’s a powerful connection between print making and pie baking before the holidays.
Inspiration and creativity may not be as mysterious as the experts would have us think.
Here’s my recipe for getting a grip on your chaos-driven, clutter-filled life.
How does discovery reward the disorganized mind? With bounty and sweetness.
Sure there are. Here are three advantages to being disorganized, with a fourth possibility to consider.
Enjoy an image that unfolds in slow, sensual luxury, from my Naturescapes collection.