The one resolution you’ll keep

The one resolution you’ll keep

Did you make any? Have you broken any already? I was scrolling through Instagram this week and I saw some inspirational photos from people choosing their words for the year, my email inbox pinged with a leader wanting me to

Peace of mind at Christmas

Peace of mind at Christmas

I’m so pleased to introduce to you my new soulful creative projects book and course with this post. This post serves as an example of what you can expect from the book and course. There will be six devotional themed

What I learned this Autumn/Fall

What I learned this Autumn/Fall

I’ve not written a “what I learned this Autumn/fall” post before, but I’m joining in with Emily P Freeman’s what I learned blog post link up. If you’ve read around here awhile you’ll know that I talk about Marking your

Gift guide for the creative stuck at her desk!

Gift guide for the creative stuck at her desk!

Tis’ the season of the gift guide! As we choose gifts for our loved ones that will bring delight, not break the bank and be used again and again, gifts that inspire the creativity in us are the ones I’m

How to be creative when struggling with depression

How to be creative when struggling with depression

Creative and depression irony There is an irony that comes with being creative and having depression, that irony being that the creative thing that you need to do to help you with your depression, is something that is the biggest struggle. When

Creative resources for longer chunks of time

Creative resources for longer chunks of time

Last week I wrote six practical ways to get creative in your busy day. Once you start incorporating creative ways into your days, you’ll find that you want to take more time to explore the areas that you love and

Dear Creative Maker,

Dear Creative Maker,

Some people write themselves off, saying “I’m not creative”, I don’t think that is true, it just is that they are not creative in the traditional ways that people consider creativity; art, music, craft, design. But the reality is that any time we think, we are

When coming home doesn’t feel like coming home

When coming home doesn’t feel like coming home

Have you ever been surprised that coming home has not felt like the ‘good to be home’ phrase? How do you come home from holiday? I’ve been on disastrous holidays where coming home was welcome relief to get out of

Home Guilt – for when you feel like you shouldn’t make a home.

Home Guilt – for when you feel like you shouldn’t make a home.

Recently a friend shared with me how she felt bad over spending money on her home, she wasn’t sure whether considering how to make her home look pretty was an important use of her time. I sometimes feel that too, it feels

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