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A Crapsey … What??

Cinquain. A Crapsey cinquain. Remeber it’s one of the syllabic poetry forms I mentioned in last week’s post. The Crapsey cinquain was developed by a woman named Adelaide Crapsey, an American poet. As per its name, the cinquain has five lines. The Crapsey cinquain follows a strict syllabic form: Line 1 – 2 syllables Line […]

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Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

How is that for a throwback to childhood and Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood? But seriously wouldn’t it be great to have a large community of neighbors who are interested in what you have going on? I don’t mean in a nosy way, but in a genuinely interested way. Sometimes I really do. And the good thing […]

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So Close….

After Christmas, the temptation is strong to just coast to the New Year. It’s still the holiday season and there’s no need to do any real work (as a creative) between now and then. Is there? Yes and no. What’s that supposed to mean? Yes. The hard push is done. Holiday orders and commissions have […]

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GO!

Welcome to day 1 of 5 Days to Get Out of a Creative Rut! Today, I ask that you make an Idea Pocket. In case you missed the description of what an Idea Pocket is, you can read it here. Now, how do you make an Idea Pocket? It’s pretty easy. For the simplest version, […]

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Oops!

I made two mistakes. First, on Tuesday, I did a book spotlight for a book that’s already been promoted and free. I can’t do that one again until 90 days have passed. Second, today, I almost forgot to do a blog post. With the way today has gone, I thought about not doing one at […]

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5 Days to Get Out of a Creative Rut

I like participating in challenges. Do you? I decided to create a challenge to introduce us to each other before the 40 Days of Creativity course starts later this month. So what is this challenge? It’s 5 days to get out of a creative rut. I know we all get stuck in them once in […]

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There’s an App for That

In today’s world, it seems like there is an app for everything. Want to learn Spanish? Download Duolingo. Want to meditate? Download Insight Meditation. Want to connect to social media on the go? Download Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram…. You get the idea. There are even apps for increasing your creativity. My friend and neighbor Richard […]

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