Posts Tagged ‘fearlessness’

Happy 2018!

A belated happy new year, friends! I’ve been waiting to post until I got my brand new shiny website up and running (new theme, new host, new amazing web guru I highly recommend). It’s been six weeks of hard work, a remodel in November, and then a complete rebuilding of the site almost from scratch…

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An art-behind-the-scenes post

It’s been a while since I did a behind the scenes art-in-progress post, so let’s do one now! A while ago I stumbled on this quote from poet/writer Lucille Clifton, which I loved and felt inspired by: What they call you is one thing. What you answer to is something else. I wrote it on…

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I illustrated a book for Jack Canfield!

I’m excited to announce that Jack Canfield’s book, The Power Of Positive Inking (illustrated by me!) came out this week!   It’s part coloring book, part workbook, part goal-setting tool, matching my original illustrations with  30 of the most empowering principles from Jack’s best selling book, The Success Principles. The result? An engaging way for visual, kinesthetic, and left-brain…

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How we move on…

For weeks, I’ve been struggling with this question of how do we move on after the election. Nothing got posted here because nothing got written. So many people I love and respect felt marginalized, invalidated, and even threatened by this race; I couldn’t think of what to say to them, couldn’t quite figure out how…

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Power struggles

In my last post, I talked about one of three powerful ideas that I took away from Deepak and Oprah’s most recent 21-day meditation experience: the value of letting yourself be awed. It’s so easy to look around at all the meanness, intolerance, and cruelty in the world and feel hopeless and sad. But the truth is this world is…

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