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2006 : May Issue 1
May 2006 Newsletter #1
101 Best Web Sites
"Her answer surprises me. You start this type of work by playing, messing around, and goofing off!"
Molly J. Anderson-Childers, Making Marvelous
New Music with Euterpe
In This Issue
- May 2006 Journal
- What's New @ the CP
- Inspiring Success Story
- Q & A: Help Along The Way
May 2006 Journal
by Chris Dunmire
Writer's Digest Names Creativity Portal a "Best Web Site"
I am honored to announce that Creativity Portal has been chosen by Writer's Digest magazine as one
of the "101 Best Web Sites for Writers" in their creativity category for 2006. You'll find
Creativity-Portal.com listed in the magazine's annual guide (May 2006 issue, page 30) in
the "best" article by Robin M. Hampton. You can also view the listings of the 101 Web sites by
category on the Writer's Digest Web site. Creativity Portal has been included in the yearly guide
This noteworthy recognition is truly appreciated and belongs to everyone who has contributed to the Creativity
Portal over the years. And thank you, dear readers, for your ongoing interest and support for everything that flows from
this unique portal of creative inspiration.
Publisher, Creativity Portal
What's New @ the CP
Playing with Words: Poetry
By Molly J. Anderson-Childers
This kids-at-heart article presents a variety of ways to find poetic inspiration, tips to editing poetry, and prompts to
creating a personal art and poetry book.
Recreation or re-creation?
By Dan Goodwin
How do our recreation activities allow us to re-create? And what would be of value for us to re-create to support our lives as
Inspiring Success Story
Heart Art "A journey into self"
By Emelisa Mudle
How boldly creating her own art has led Emelisa Mudle towards helping others heal and grow in workshops that use
creativity as a tool to mandala and mask making, dream mapping, and journaling.
Q & A: Help Along The Way
Liquid Starch in Place of Glue
Creativity Portal wishes to thank Pam who e-mailed us with a useful tip for our
Collage Cubies or paper mache projects. She said "liquid
starch works great for the collage cubes or in place of glue for paper mache. It is easier to use than glue." Thank you Pam!