Congratulations on starting YOUR Creative Exploration journey!

This book is for anyone who wants to inject creativity into their life: regular creativity, where almost every day you take creative action; every week you have a project in the works; and you’re excited about what you’re working on or the new thing you’re trying.

You might be saying, “I want that, but I’m not talented enough.” Realize that talent is just a starting point.

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Creativity is for everyone.

It’s meditative and therapeutic to put lines on a page, strokes on a canvas, to mold clay into something, etc. It doesn’t matter what the end result looks like.

My first creative goal as an adult was to learn to draw more realistically. I achieved my goal but realized the real joy came not from my finished piece, but from the time spent being creative.

What's in this book?

A step by step process for introducing regular creativity for six weeks and beyond.

Worksheets for taking stock of your creative goals, history, past hurdles.

Worksheet for organizing and prioritizing all of your creative ideas.

Over 30 creative tips to keep you on track.

A detailed process for introducing you to different mediums – with flexibility for your interests.

Would you like to:

Be creative on a regular basis and experience the joy that creativity brings?

Explore mediums and subjects, in search of your thing?

Creative Exploration is for you!

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Order the Creative Exploration ebook now and receive the printable Bonus Kit for FREE!

The Digital Bonus Kit contains:
Printable Creative Weekly Planner worksheet
Printable Color Wheel and Color Wheel worksheet
Printable Creative Exploration "Stickers"

You have time for this.

You may be thinking, "This sounds great but I don't have time."
Can you spare ten to fifteen minutes most days? Creative time can be paired with other activities - morning coffee, listening to a podcast, waiting for the kids or an appointment, etc.

Could you fit in 30 minutes once a week?
Are there things you could limit to make room for creative time? For me it's binge watching Netflix. Where could you make room?

My Creative Story

A decade ago I didn't draw or paint, despite wanting to be an artist as a child. Like many of us, confidence in my "talent" was chipped away until I gave up. After having kids I decided I wanted to do something for me. I dabbled in a few classes in drawing and painting which lit a fire. I wanted more. I wanted to know what I would work on if I was free to explore. If I was free from teachers, classmates, and the confines of a classroom, what would I work on? What mediums and subjects would I find interesting? What would my personal style look like?

After several false starts, in 2014 I made a resolution to be creative on a regular basis and started my blog "My Creative Resolution." It's been almost six years and my creative journey is still going strong. Being creative has brought so much joy and fulfillment to my life. It's hard to believe I lived without it for so long. I've learned so much along the way about creativity, inspiration, motivation, exploring, and staying focused. What began as a personal journey has become a desire to inspire others.

I've transformed my journey into a process for others to follow. My new ebook Creative Exploration: A Six Week Process for Introducing Regular Creativity into your Life is now available.

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