Introduction to SoulCollage (R)

Introduction to SoulCollage (R)

I'll never forget the first time a client introduced me to SoulCollage (R) cards.  She showed me some of the intricate collages she had made, each about the size of a tissue box, and carefully encased in a cellophane cover.  The images were mesmerizing, delicately cut out and layered.  She explained how the cards represented parts of her life, and some of the insights she was gleaning from them.  I was dumbstruck, and I knew I had to learn more about it.

The Power of Groups for Creativity

The Power of Groups for Creativity

It’s no mistake that people love to gather in stitching bees, knitting groups, and all types of classes.  I think that a big part of it is the dopamine rush we get when completing something, or better yet getting a compliment on something we produced

How Pinterest Kills Creativity

How Pinterest Kills Creativity

Like a lot of creative people, I enjoy Pinterest, but it’s a double edged sword.  Those beautiful and compelling pictures of gorgeous playrooms, detailed party favors, and adorable cupcakes can quickly send me into the zone of “why bother?- mine will never look that good!”  I even sometimes become resentful of people who have the time and resources to make the things I see on Pinterest.