Finding Your Creative Spirit Again

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  1. Melody says:

    Thank you for this beautiful article, I really needed it. For me it is music. My son drove in from Seattle to see me and asked if I would start playing the piano again. I’m like you, I can’t remember why I stopped doing many of the creative things I did in my youth. Not only has my life slowed down enough for me to make room for music, but my grown son misses hearing me play. The gift of music brought me through many trial’s and gave me peace and joy.

  2. Diana McCausland says:

    Thank you Judy. It’s hard to pinpoint the moment you stop being, or stop doing things that were once joyful and satisfying. The changes in your life are life changing. I rely on the “if’s”… if my back didn’t hurt, if it wasn’t so cold, if my son would talk to me, if I wasn’t so tired. And the “afters”, after I lose some weight, after I get my basement cleaned up and organized… it just goes on and on. Each day is a gift, and I Will do better… if my back doesn’t hurt… after I eat this Easter candy!! :). I love this Blog, thank you all for your words of wisdom and encouragement ❤

  3. Laurel Draper says:

    I love all the beautiful thoughts and words I’ve read here. This one, about finding one’s creative spirit again, touched a chord. I have a beautiful art studio, so cluttered with all the supplies, half-finished projects, and just “stuff,” that there truly is no space left, upon which I can create. I think it mirrors what is going on in my head, and although I yearn to go inside and create something of beauty, or practice a new skill, I seem to lack the energy, health, or ability to do what first needs to be done. This is the second time I’ve read this, and I also have owned the “tidying up” book for a year, and have yet to really read it. I think it’s time to do something about it! I need to find my creative self again! I’m going to start organizing and tidying in there again today…a little bit at a time. I can do it! Love you, Judy!

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