Category: art activities

how to choose your guiding word and optimise its power

It’s that time of year again for choosing a guiding word but it’s all about finding one that fits well, like word-dating but without the pressure, this is way more fun, and valuable!

Read my top-tips to ask yourself the right questions to discover the word that will be your ally, confidant and cheerleader for the rest of the year… with lots of options to maximise it’s power!

Colour switch up to inspire and help you plan

Today’s Blog is all about how using colour can improve your well-being, provide new creative challenges and even help to plan your week…it’s time to get creative with colour as we head into the Autumn season and freshen things up!

Listen for the whispers…

Inspired by Oprah’s podcast on ‘life first speaks to you in a whisper’, I’ve been examining all those little nudges and sometimes more from the universe that are the tell-tale signs we could listen to, to help guide us in the right direction

Permission to play, with newspaper, teabags and possibly a feather

A key skill of any creative is to be resourceful, especially when right now buying art materials may not be at the top of your list. Instead release your inner artist by using anything and everything you can find around the house to create truly unique pieces of art. You have full permission to play and experiment, it’s going to be fun!

Practice makes progress, how to let go of perfection

How to ditch the burden of perfectionism and instead go with practice for progress – the vital ingredient to keep you moving along and enjoying the process