Julia Cameron author of “The Artist’s Way” recommends we go on one artist date a week to “fill the well” of creativity.
Here are the official Artist Date rules: 1. Once a week, go somewhere “creative” that sparks your inspiration for a couple of hours. 2. It is better to go alone. You want to get in touch with your inner creative! 3. FUN. Find something that appeals to you and do it.
The Artist’s Date is all about giving yourself permission to PLAY.
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Accept that you’ve got the creative urge and it’s never going to go away. Make friends with it. Drink some tequila if you need to. Commit to the process. Rome wasn’t built in a day. Unless of course it was built by aliens.
I “feel” most beautiful, when I am confident, when I am happy, when I am creating, doing something that is kind and compassionate and loving; something that doesn’t necessarily have to do with my appearance. At the end of the day, it’s not anyone else’s responsibility to make me feel beautiful; it’s mine.
3 Steps to Overcoming Your Self-DoubtsHuffington PostFor me they were: relationships, creativity, and social life. Now ask yourself, "Are these the three areas where I spend most of my time?" I'm guessing not.
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