Category Archives: Arts

Practical Creativity

“For many people words like art and creativity feel lofty and out of reach. But in truth, the foundation of the artist’s work is no different from any human work. It’s simply an intentional ordering ordering of reality.” -Michael Gungor,

Practical Creativity

“For many people words like art and creativity feel lofty and out of reach. But in truth, the foundation of the artist’s work is no different from any human work. It’s simply an intentional ordering ordering of reality.” -Michael Gungor,

Cheap Inspiration, Gotta Love It

Yet another bill gets plopped on the table. Do they ever stop? Though most of the the time I’m a light, joyful person, when those white envelopes start stacking up on my planner (yes, the paper kind of planner), I

Cheap Inspiration, Gotta Love It

Yet another bill gets plopped on the table. Do they ever stop? Though most of the the time I’m a light, joyful person, when those white envelopes start stacking up on my planner (yes, the paper kind of planner), I

Confession

Everybody knows one. Maybe a few. You might even be one! Of course there are the wannabes…because who wouldn’t want to be a…(dramatic pause) Cool-Music Person That girl who’s always listening to some obscure Swedish electro-punk band. That guy who knows every classic

Confession

Everybody knows one. Maybe a few. You might even be one! Of course there are the wannabes…because who wouldn’t want to be a…(dramatic pause) Cool-Music Person That girl who’s always listening to some obscure Swedish electro-punk band. That guy who knows every classic

Photography Myth #1

An excerpt from Better Photo Basics by Jim Miotke “Photography Myth #1- Photography Takes You Away from the Action Some people say they prefer living life instead of taking pictures of it. That’s missing the point. Photography gets you more

Photography Myth #1

An excerpt from Better Photo Basics by Jim Miotke “Photography Myth #1- Photography Takes You Away from the Action Some people say they prefer living life instead of taking pictures of it. That’s missing the point. Photography gets you more