The Zen of Christmas

Keep it Simple As you are all probably well-aware of, Christmas has become the most over commercialized holiday on record. Where are those Christmas Day's that saw us making presents for each other, or simply buying one token of appreciation for that special someone instead of amassing them with a dozen gifts whilst maxing out... Continue Reading →

3 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself When Dealing With Aggravation

The above quotation is what is sometimes referred to as the 'smoky mirror' syndrome.  We don't like in others what we don't care to admit is a fault within us. How Can I Identify this Kind of Behaviour in Myself? An example of this could be that you are very annoyed with your colleague for... Continue Reading →

Finding Yourself and Your Purpose

Here are some quotes and pictures from my book 'Creative Expression — How to find your inspiration...' (download the entire book FREE here) to help kick-start your week and ignite your passion and zest for life: Pushing the envelope of creative expansion breaks down any illusion of limitation.  Once you step out of the box, infinity... Continue Reading →

Don’t Let the World Get You Down!

How to be in the world but not of it As things stand now, you are most likely reading this blog from a computer somewhere on planet earth.  My marvelous skills of deduction are quite remarkable, I know. We seem to all be in the same boat, paddling around in circles, paddling against the current... Continue Reading →

20 Ways to Set Your Spirit Soaring (and they’re all FREE)

Getting in touch with your innate sense of well-being can be fun, inexpensive and easy. Here is a list of things that life has to offer that are 100% free — no strings attached (except in the case of playing with kittens): Friendship — Connect with real people (not just social networking), make new connections... Continue Reading →

My Top Art Picks for 2012

I've had rather a busy beginning to 2012.  What with my book finally being released whilst  keeping up on the art front to hold the fort in place. For today's art blog I thought I'd show you my favourite 6 painting picks from January's busy and tousled easel. I hope you enjoy them. Red Poppies... Continue Reading →

Art Commissions — The Soulworks Project (Part 4)…The Finished Product!

Please read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 to recap. Let's Pick Up with a Hiccup! So I left off last weeks blog with a slight hiccup... My client came to see the painting and she liked it but I could sense something was bothering her. "I had misinterpreted her want for silver, black, a hint of... Continue Reading →

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