Bullet journal, not pretty

I'm fascinated by Bullet Journals. From what I gather on YouTube, they gloriously combine calendar, note-taking, reminders, goal reviews, and art journalling in one gorgeous, playing-with-my-new-pens package. This winter, when my digital apps failed to let me lay out a week's work, I decided to go old-fashioned and use paper. But turning an organizer system… Continue reading Bullet journal, not pretty

Reckoning: a humble start

You hear about artists and entertainers "bursting upon the scene" as if they just picked up a brush or a guitar and their genius gushed out. You want to be that person. You walk on stage unrehearsed because you're confident the magic will happen. Haha. I started doing Spoonflower challenges because, if I want to… Continue reading Reckoning: a humble start

15th Annual Art-Life Review*

I'm always designing logos for my imaginary self Amid a variety of real-world disruptions, outdoor interests, and a modest social life, I persisted. A review of my journal gives me these highlights: In 2018, I allowed myself to chase every interest, voraciously learning from books and videos. Every day brought new excitement. Frustration ignited problem-solving… Continue reading 15th Annual Art-Life Review*