Tag: fun

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!

Leaping out of my comfort zone!

Just popping in to let you know that my weekly Instagram lives via @psychologiesmagazine start tomorrow! Have a read to find out all about it! xx

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

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!

Who’s cheering you on? And are you backing them too?

  This week it’s Holmfirth Art Week, a huge festival locally that has raised almost £1Million in funds for Macmillan Cancer and has been going since 1967. It attracts 400 exhibiting artists, over 2000 pieces of artwork and approximately 10,000 visitors and spreads out… Continue Reading “Who’s cheering you on? And are you backing them too?”

Focusing on the good stuff!

Hello! This is a bit of a strange subject this week but it’s on the back of a pretty horrendous week to be honest and quite frankly my head’s a shed so instead of trying to delve into a theme when my brain’s not… Continue Reading “Focusing on the good stuff!”

What’s wowed you lately?

This week I have to talk about last week, which was pretty amazing in many ways. It was a week of extremes, fresh back from holiday, we had a lot on straight away; the kids back to school, I went to see Take That… Continue Reading “What’s wowed you lately?”

Creative Country Walks; How to get the kids more interested

Creative outdoor activities with the kids this Easter Hi everyone, hope you’re all enjoying the Easter holidays! It’s the second week of the school holidays now in the UK and thankfully the weather has been unusually good to us so far but as the… Continue Reading “Creative Country Walks; How to get the kids more interested”

Underneath fear lies great opportunities

The last four weeks of Blog posts, where I’ve probed deep into the psyche of our local creatives, have been truly fascinating and inspiring and it has just made me even more determined to encourage people to try living a more creative life, because… Continue Reading “Underneath fear lies great opportunities”