• Finding Your Version of Success

    I believe we all have different versions of what we perceive to be successful. We all have different perceptions of what success looks and feels like for us. Our version of success helps us understand what we want from our creative work and lives. I have been thinking a lot about my version of success

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  • A Note on Originality

    I have a sticky note placed right in front of me on the wall above my desk that reads, ‘No ideas are original’. It works as a reminder every single time I sit down to write, paint or create something. We put so much pressure on ourselves to be original and today I want to

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  • A Letter to Multi Passionate Creatives

    Last week I had an intimate conversation in my DM over on Instagram about being a multi-passionate which lead me to think, write this letter and share it as a permission slip for all such creatives out there who are lead to believe that they just need to be one thing to succeed as creatives

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  • Living Your Truth Out Loud

    One of the things that I value and hold dear is ‘living my truth out loud’ and I have been thinking about what does living the truth out loud means to me. What does living one’s truth out loud means anyway? Truth doesn’t have to be a big ass scary thing. It could be little

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  • Learning to Acknowledge the Gap

    There exists a gap between where you are and where you want to be and that gap, I believe, is a good thing to have as it pushes you to do what needs to be done to get there, to make mistakes, fail, try harder, make better choices and grow. Whenever we first start at something

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  • Giving Yourself Permission to be a Beginner

    Giving yourself permission to become a beginner is quite hard at times. When we become too accustomed to our ways of doing things in a certain way, we feel a little unsafe when we think about taking on a new adventure, some kind of risk even if that’s just learning to draw for example. We start

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