These 7 podcasts for creatives will help motivate and inspire you with your creative journey or your creative business (and you may learn a few things too!)
Has everyone heard of the 10,000 Hour Rule by now? It was put forward by author Malcolm Gladwell with the reasoning behind it being that in order to become really really good at what you do, you need to put in 10,000 hours of actually doing it. Yeah. Being gifted has nothing to do with it. You actually have to get off your butt and
If there is one time of year I love in Vancouver more than any other, it’s cherry blossom season! It starts in March and runs through to May. It’s showy and pink and white and soft and frothy. It starts with tiny early blossoms and goes on through to the late blooming double blossoms and all through it there is pink snow fluttering down and
So after spending most of November and December being completely burnt out, I decided that wasn’t any fun. And then I decided that I really don’t think I feel like going through another case of burn out like that ever again. So one of my plans, among many, to stay on top of things is to start looking for inspiration every week and writing it down.
I have become hooked on podcasts. How long have podcasts been around now? Years and years? And yet, it was only in 2015 that I discovered them. And now I am hooked. Although, thinking back, it’s probably not at all surprising. Growing up, on family road trips, my dad would stick cassette after cassette of old radio programs in our car’s tape deck to
We talk a lot about food photography and food styling in the food blogging world. I think we’re sort of obsessed with it. I know I am! Ages ago I wrote about a post asking if food bloggers were caught in a rut with their food photography? It got a LOT of feedback. Haha! I think because most of us aren’t professional photographers and because
I’ve just been in a funk the last week. Post show let down I think. Missing my friends who it feels like I haven’t seen in forever and like my last post hinted… feeling very disconnected from the real world. Last night I was looking for some old episodes of Las Vegas I thought I had on a hard drive somewhere, so I could load
Spring is the time of year that makes me want to shed my skin. My feet get itchy, craving an adventure. I want hot dusty roads, bare shoulders, beat up gas stations in the middle of nowhere, cherry coke on a deserted Pacific coast beach, golden prairie wheat fields that run forever until they meet the sky, and room. Room to spread my wings that