Category Archives: Creative Life

Creative Juice #277

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Creative Juice #277

Ideas for a better life and more and better art.

Monday Morning Wisdom #344

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Monday Morning Wisdom #344

The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible.

—Arthur C. Clarke

Creative Juice #276

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Creative Juice #276

For creative people everywhere.

  • Wallpaper. You either hate it or love it. Here are some designs that might win you over.
  • This quilter finished a lot of lovely quilts in 2021.
  • A bunch of pretty quilts in different stages.
  • These ceramic mugs are works of art. (If you like animals, you’ve got to click this link.)
  • Wildlife photographs.
  • Do creative people ever misplace their tools? (Guilty.)
  • What habitual reading does for your brain.
  • Street photography.
  • What is it about successful authors that made their careers take off?
  • Resources for writers.
  • So, you quit your day job to write fulltime and now you can’t pay the bills? Here are some side hustles that will earn you a little cash and also help you be a better writer. Lots of openings right now.
  • How to generate content quickly.

Monday Morning Wisdom #343

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Monday Morning Wisdom #343

The artist must possess the courageous soul that dares and defies.

~ Kate Chopin

Creative Juice #274

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Creative Juice #274

This week’s offerings are heavy on writing advice, but you don’t have to be a writer to love the first two articles.

Creative Juice #273

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Creative Juice #273

I challenge you to use one of these ideas this week. (Hmmm. I think I need googly eyes.)

Creative Juice #272

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Creative Juice #272

Lots o’ neat stuff.

Creative Juice #271

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Creative Juice #271

Writing tips and other good stuff.

Creative Juice #270

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Creative Juice #270

This week’s offerings are heavy on writing tips. But there are some crumbs for the quilters and crafters.

Creative Juice #269

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Creative Juice #269

It’s the weekend, baby! (A former college boyfriend used to tell me this every Friday afternoon.)