CREATIVE LIVING – Part 3: Mental Roadblocks & Being An Artist
Yes! Back into some real content. Been putting my own words into action this year as my wife and I saw the birth of twin daughters at the beginning of the year. I’ve had to be more focused and intentional with my time than ever before. And so, the subject of living a creative life is even more dear to my heart than ever.
Previously, I’ve discussed ways to open up more time to be creative as well as some practical ways to declutter our lives. Now it’s time to delve inward and break down some of the mental roadblocks that can cripple the creative process.
CREATIVE LIVING – Part 2: Physical Resources
Last time, I discussed ways to open up time for the things we always wished we had more time to do. This time, I’ll be discussing some convenient ways to declutter our lives, bring more stimulation to the body and mind, and free up some resources for you to create with.
CREATIVE LIVING – Part 1: A Question of Time
There are numerous titles attached to me: Husband, Father, Musician/Composer, Recording Engineer, Recording Studio Owner, Art Director, Designer and Home Owner. All of which require serious time investment. Because of these things, one of the most common questions I am asked is “how do you have time to do all that stuff?”