Your Creative Intentions: The Monday Post ~ April 8, 2013

Posted: April 9, 2013 in Opportunity

I don’t know if this is creative or not, but I started talking to GOD again. This makes me fell settled. I’m taking baby steps, but I credit that at least I’m taking a step toward GOD.

Studio Mothers: Life & Art

Melissa Jean quote

If you aren’t doing your creative work as often as you’d like, recommit to a regular creativity practice. Regularity — a daily practice, if possible — is one of the best ways to stay in touch with how you make meaning.

What are your plans for creative practice this week? Given the specifics of your schedule, decide on a realistic intention or practice plan — and ink that time in your calendar. The scheduling part is important, because as you know, if you try to “fit it in” around the edges, it generally won’t happen. An intention as simple as “I will write for 20 minutes every morning after breakfast” or “I will sketch a new still life on Wednesday evening” is what it’s all about. If appropriate, use time estimates to containerize your task. (Time estimates can make a daunting project feel more accessible.)

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