The Triumph of Transition: The Glory in Going From One Dimension to the Next

The Triumph of Transition: The Glory in Going From One Dimension to the Next

"It's not all easy, but I think it's all awesome." ~KRIS LANGHAM I am pretty certain if anyone sat down and told a caterpillar the work that it was going to take not only for it to transform into a butterfly but just to able to break free of the future environment that would keep [...]

Creative Winters: Waiting for the Fruits of Spring

Creative Winters: Waiting for the Fruits of Spring

"Winter is the silent intermission for glorious spring! There is life beyond our frozen earth waiting to break forth in its season." ~CANDICE COATES There are these moments that come in our creative journey whereas it seems that nothing is happening. We feel as if we've hit a wall in our writing, our art, our [...]

Tell Them I Love Them: The Most Everlasting of Loves

Tell Them I Love Them: The Most Everlasting of Loves

"The Lord has appeared of old to me, saying: “Yes, I have loved you with an everlasting love; Therefore with lovingkindness I have drawn you." ~JEREMIAH 31:3 This message is simple. It is not full of scripture or analogy. It does not use metaphors are large words. However, it is the most Powerful message of [...]

The Almighty Quarter: 3 Ways to Make Creative Time in a Busy Day

The Almighty Quarter: 3 Ways to Make Creative Time in a Busy Day

Quarters are amazing! You can do so many activities with quarters. You can do laundry, you can play a game at an arcade with enough quarters (are those even a thing in today's world?). You can purchase a cheap, hot cup of liquid motivation on your way to work with quarters. Once upon a time, [...]

Keep it Simple: How to Achieve Your Dream Part 2

Keep it Simple: How to Achieve Your Dream Part 2

"Everything in life should be as simple as possible, but not simpler." ~ALBERT EINSTEIN When it comes to doing anything, especially taking a dream and birthing it into the tangible, keeping things simple is a very crucial admonition to keep in mind. For most of us, our knee-jerk reaction to anything new is to overthink it. [...]