Are you writing your morning pages? Are you using the same notebook/pad/folder that you did in chapter 1? Is the size/style still working for you? Have you changed it?
Have you gone on an artist´s date this week? Do you have a lists for the next places you want to visit?
Have you been working on your tasks?
The lovely Connie Hozvicka is playing along with us this week. She wrote "Total alignment", a free online workshop that is designed to align your body-mind-heart with your creative source. Through FEARLESS™ Painting and basic yoga goodness you mindfully begin to clear your path to creative source and listen to your innate wisdom. This workshop is intended for everyone of all skill levels, abilities, and backgrounds--from the full time professional Artist that is feeling stuck and in need of a boost of inner inspiration to the fresh newbie just starting out on their Artist journey eager to learn--and of course, every blessed soul in between!
I am so lucky--I grew up in a home that totally supported my art making from day one--and to tell the truth, even as an itty bitty, my Mom carved out a corner of the basement that was dedicated to my wild wanderings with a paintbrush! Even then I called the space my "studio"--and ever since I left my childhood home to go out on my own--everywhere I have lived has always had a dedicated room or space for my art making. Currently my honey and I live in a 2 bedroom apartment--and the one bedroom is solely dedicated to my art making--I have one wall completely covered in cardboard so I can paint directly on the wall!
Well if the fact that almost every single piece of clothing I own has paint stains on it counts--than yes! But, I have to admit--I was much more creative in my fashion choices as a teen and in my early twenties--but eventually grew quite fond for solid colors and straight lines. The one thing I do express my creativity through often is my hair. Yeah--my hair is definitely a great barometer of my creative journey!
How to share with MrLinky: you type in your name in the first box (the way you´d introduce yourself) and then the url/link to your post (not your whole blog url) where you share your work with the current chapter. When you come back next week your name will likely automatically be entered but you need to redo or paste over the url/link with your new post's address.