So many creatives I work with struggle with the collision of their art and the vulnerability of asking people to support their work. Here’s a great TED talk from Amanda Palmer on that very subject.
Here’s a great article on dealing with a creative block by Lisa Wiley, LMFT:
After the creative person has been in an immersed state of creative flow, at some point he or she must exit this space. Whether it’s the result … Keep Reading!
I love this video. Jessica’s positive thinking is cantagious and makes me think I can do anything as well. While we might not have the energy (or agility) to recreate her morning affirmations, the idea behind positive self talk is worth taking … Keep Reading!
I got this note a while back from a client in my counseling practice in Austin who saw it online. Whether staying to work on a strained relationship; taking a hard look at past wounds that haven’t yet healed; or … Keep Reading!
Most people who know me know that I love my phone. I love being able to look up the most mundane things instantly. Last night I was able to learn about the history of jajangmyeon before ever taking a bite … Keep Reading!
It’s easy to get bogged down in your own stuff. Anxiety; depression; stress from relationships or work skew your perspective and often grow larger as you focus on the bad stuff right in front of you. Many of my counseling clients in Austin … Keep Reading!
Enjoy this post from Lori Deschene of Tiny Buddha
If there’s one thing we all have in common it’s that we want to feel happy; and on the other side of that coin, we want to avoid hurting. Yet we … Keep Reading!
This coffee mug found its way into my office and seems to resonate with a lot of folks. All too often we want to move too quickly beyond unpleasant feelings. Feelings like anger, sadness, nervousness, and frustration tend to get … Keep Reading!