Creative Teaching How Do You Transform Into a Creative Teacher? By Stav Papadopoulos It seems as if creative teachers are in perpetual motion; always moving forward, always quick to adjust to newly established circumstances and forever coming up with fresh and inspiring approaches to tasks. With the autonomy they enjoy and the air of confidence they exude, they leap from one creative activity to the next with amazing ease and speed. Read more »
Knock the Wall Down! The Wall Keeping You from Being YOU The time had come for me to break through. I had stories to tell, ideas to share, experience to hand down, people to talk to, a new beginning to make. Free Craft Project: How to Make a Recycled Fabric and Seashell Summer Wreath Learn how to recycle white and turquoise fabric, seashells, and newspaper into a beautiful summer wreath craft!
Where do you get your ideas? Don't have any? Look to your children as idea generators. You just might find a gem in their uninhibited play and imagination. A Tribute to Joy Sikorski (1952-2009) It's sad to have lost such a creative soul. But let's also remember the positive contributions she gave to the creative world. FearThe Great Illusion Fear is the opposite of love. Learn to face your fears.
What is Your Creative Force? Do you want to reach your highest potential? Are you hitting a ceiling? How do you reap more than you sow? These secrets have always been with youYou simply need to be enlightened about them. This and more can be had by following the advice from Kevin Nixon.
The Ultimate 'YES!'
I've been cutting out and giving away pages from Pattie Mosca's Permission Slips for almost two months in preparation for the books' official launch this week through Story People Press (congratulations, Pattie!).
Creativity Portal celebrates with Pattie with an interview about her creative journey and sample permission slips from her book that you can download, print, and use.
Although I've mostly retired from reviewing books, I wanted to enjoy and report on some field experiences with Permission Slips in my coaching practice because I know how beautifully Pattie, a fellow Kaizen-Muse™ creativity coach, helps others work through self-limiting habits and beliefs towards more possibility and self-care all great soil in which compassion and creativity thrives . . . for all of us. Read more »
Q: Why is creativity important to you?
A: Sewing, fabric art, finding new uses for old things, journaling, and music are essential to my well-being and peace of mind. I find joy and satisfaction in creation.
~ Peggy Titt, Special Ed Teacher
Write-Brain Exercises Sideways Glance By Bonnie Neubauer
Stretching our eyes, minds, legs, and hearts is very helpful to developing writing muscle!
I Do Not Compare Myself to Others Anymore By Pattie Mosca Artist, Writer, Author of 'Permission Slips for Your Heart and Soul'
My journey has taken me from a shy little girl to one who sees so many possibilities ... from never showing my work to anyone, to exposing myself in national magazines, and now a book.
Pictures in the Rear View Mirror Who's in Second? By Susan Hornfeld
In the mid- to late-60's every guy I knew was a car guy. And because popular music celebrated the hottest rides, women of the 60's were car hip, too. Permission Slips... For Your Heart & Soul UNLIMITED MISTAKES DAY By Pattie Mosca
How many times have you started a project only to abandon it because it felt like a mistake? Or because you felt it was already done by someone else? Or because you didn't feel it was "good enough"?
An Owner's Manual for Your Creativity Exclusive and Provocative Leak of Upcoming Book By Jill Badonsky
In an effort to replace Wikileaks as news leaker leader, Trixyleaks, has surreptitiously issued excerpts of Jill Badonsky's new book, The Muse Is IN: An Owner's Manual for Your Creativity.
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We think we are free, but we are bound by our fears and delusions by all of our self-made constraints.
Meditation Day 1 By Tobin Blake
Ideally, we want to use techniques that are not overly complex so that we can gain a sense of the internal peace that lies beyond the meditative procedure.