Category: great conversation

How childhood experiences can shape your future creative self

Taking a good look at how your childhood helps to shape your creative journey and applying that lesson to our own children and families…it’s time to have some Summer adventures! Plus there’s another creative challenge in here for you, this week all about animals and pets!

Becoming best friends with your intuition to guide intention

This week I’m talking about how to use that gut intuition to help guide your intention. Too often we forge ahead with what we think we ‘should’ be doing but if you listen to your intuition and external signs it can be a powerful combination for more focused, heartfelt and authentic intentions.

How to motivate yourself back into creative action, with a little kindness…

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…

How having an adventurous spirit and ‘can do’ attitude opens up your world to endless opportunities

Chatting to the lovely Lesley Ellis as she launches her new podcast – The Midlife Manifesto, all about how she’s got to this point, why she’s launching a podcast and what has inspired her growing up. She’s one of the most adventurous people I know and so it’s an interesting and valuable conversation…

Chatting to Suzy Walker, Editor of Psychologies Magazine about why creative activities are so good for you in these uncertain times

Today I had the huge privilege of speaking to the brilliant Suzy Walker, Editor of Psychologies magazine about all aspects of creativity and its benefits via a live video on their Facebook page and group. Here you will find the link to the chat and also many links to useful previous posts to help you get started on your own creative journey during this unprecedented time