The Curious Cabin is open! Come inside for a sneaky peak at what we’ve been up to for the last 3 weeks, building the perfect creative sanctuary in the garden….if you need me, you’ll find me in here! #cabinfever!
I know that some people are finding it really hard to motivate themselves in their creative work, so in the week of mental health awareness, I think we need to practice some kindness to ourselves, others and access the wonderful creative support out there at the moment. Hopefully it will give you the boost that you need…
A look back at all the sources of inspiration for me this year to see if they could help support you on your creative journey too.
After the challenges I wrote about last week when I was trying to do all things possible and invent extra time in the universe, the upshot has been an amazing week and this made me think about how it is so important, especially after… Continue Reading “Checking in and celebrating achievements”
Ok, the truth is this last week I’ve been feeling the pressure, with the children being off for two weeks over Easter and keeping them entertained and fed (seriously how can two children eat so much?), I feel like I’ve been pulled in all… Continue Reading “When Life gets in the way of Creative Routine”
Hello and Happy Easter to you all, I thought it might now be the time to introduce myself a bit more, now that I’m further along this blogging road and explain how The Curious Creative Club all came about. So, this is me, when… Continue Reading “Why Curiosity is key for me…”
Hi there curious folks, this week I want to talk about lightbulbs and I don’t mean the kind that I’m still waiting for my husband to change (it’s been over 6 months, the spotlights are really high up I admit, but above my wardrobe,… Continue Reading “Looking for the lightbulbs…”
Hi there, I’m coming to you at the grand new (not old) age of 45 after my birthday last week and whilst it feels a little scarier to be now closer to 50, than 40, each year that passes in my forties, I seem… Continue Reading “It’s never too late to pick up a pen, a needle, a paintbrush, … your dream.”