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I’ve written about this before – I bring it up again because I think it’s so important to recognise and reward yourself for progress & accomplishments, regardless of how insignificant you think they are.
 
 

Beginnings Are Hard

C’mon… difficulties at the beginning stop most things from ever happening at all.

You’ve started down the art path. It’s challenging, difficult – but you’ve persevered – good for you.

Fuc*ing. Good. For. You. For realz.

Congratulations, you Have the Courage to Suck.
 
 

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Some tools to take the “root of all evil” by the ballsack and make manifest with the abundance.

You don’t have to wait to be better, more worthy, more deserving of a joyful life.

Limiting beliefs impact our ability to create flow and abundance. What we think and believe about money and our relationship to money will impact how we see the world – even affecting our ability to see and act on opportunities.

We’re all totally flawed and broken. Wounded, wrong and totally awesome. Trying to be Perfect I wasted a lot of time trying to be perfect. But the definitions and requirements of perfect changed depending on who was looking. I was always failing someone’s test, so I stopped playing. I gave up trying to be… anything […]

“Best Selling Art” lists are a pile of crap that will lead you down the monkey path to Walmart.

Brian Froud – Gnomes, Faeries… The Dark Crystal. Yes, please.

Most people think there is a special, elusive ‘talent’ that artist’s have that makes them good at art. This is The Talent Myth and it’s a load of crap.

I stumbled across Michal’s watercolours on deviantArt some time ago. I find my way back to his site every few weeks to bask in the glory of his colour. I love how this guy paints. I love the colour washes, the flow, the lost edges and the light in his work. I love the layers […]