I just came across this article by Alex Mathers, written in September last year. For the past few months I've been using similar question prompts, and not only do I get the most important things done, my life quality has improved a lot: Now I also make time for what nourishes me! But as helpful… Continue reading Setting goals that really matter
Does total Minimalism as a lifestyle appeal to you? The calm, soothing atmosphere of Zen gardens, living in a whitewashed loft with large windows that let the light in, only the most essential furniture and items necessary for your daily life, all your belongings in a backpack? If that's how you live already, don't read… Continue reading Minimalist Abundance – Creating Space for What Really Matters!
Time for change...again. 🙂 After a long What-the-fig-am-I-doing moment in August, I'm finally back on my old track again...a track that I left many years ago. And I'm very happy about that! Read more on my updated About page. 🙂 Maria ♥ Image Time for Change
(Re-posted from my website World of Magnifica) The past few weeks, I've colored some images designed by other artists - I just couldn't resist. 🙂 What amazed me, though, was that colouring their designs "felt" very different from colouring my own. I had never realized how much we are affected by other people's creative energies! This is… Continue reading Featured: Melissa Dinwiddie – The Creative Sandbox Way
Excerpt from Walking into this new day. in the Huffington Post, by Patti Digh Author of “Life is a Verb,” founder of Life is a Verb Camp, and blogger at 37days.com Be generous with your energy to create a world that is fair and equitable and just for all. Don’t spend your energy pushing against… Continue reading Don’t fight, don’t resist, don’t struggle – bury the old and Go Create instead
Have you just discovered the Creative Routing Hack Series? Click this link to read the first post. Once you step out of your Comfort Zone and give up on the idea of having to control the process or the outcome, something amazing happens: You realise that what you've thought of as discomfort is something else… Continue reading Creative Routine Hack: How to let go of old habits – and live and work with joy (6)