Category: working together

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!

Surviving working in lock-down…with a house full!

A light-hearted look at life in lock-down with a house full when you are trying to get your work done! It’s not easy is it? But we are all in the same boat and we can get through this together, here are some tips for a calmer working week!

Reflecting on 2019 – What ‘firsts’ are you celebrating this year?

Find out how reflecting on and celebrating your ‘firsts’ this year can help to drive you forward with confidence into 2020.

Why accountability is key to personal growth

Accountability is no longer a dirty word, it can help you grow your business, increase your skills and confidence and help you to truly value your work. Here I explain how…

Can planning free up more space for your ideas?

Getting all my pine cones in a row for Autumn! Discovering how adding in a little more planning to how you work can really help free up the time to do the creative work you love.

Creating a Vision Board to keep sight of what you want

How creating a vision board can really help define your goals, plus it’s a lot of fun too!

That New Term feeling, on to the next mountain…

Do you have that new term feeling but not quite sure how to get back on track after a busy family Summer? Here are some tips to help.

Savouring the Summer slow-down and a little reflection

This week I’ve realised that despite being on school summer holidays, I’m still managing to carve out some creative time and find moments of inspiration too, in-between the shouts of ‘Mum, what’s for lunch?! and Mum, what are we doing today and Mum can… Continue Reading “Savouring the Summer slow-down and a little reflection”

The most inspiring evening – Holly Tucker interviews Mark Constantine for her Podcast Live

If you’ve been reading my Blog for a while, you’ll know by now that I am a huge fan of Holly Tucker’s podcast ‘Conversations of Inspiration.’ Holly Tucker MBE founded ‘Not on the Highstreet’ 13 years ago and is now the UK Ambassador to… Continue Reading “The most inspiring evening – Holly Tucker interviews Mark Constantine for her Podcast Live”

How Photography can lead to creative joy

  Last week I dared myself to enter the BBC Countryfile photo competition, partly just to try but also to make me look for the unusual a little bit more when I’m taking my photographs every day. Whilst on that mission, it made me… Continue Reading “How Photography can lead to creative joy”