We’re going to start stretching your awesomeness. Every week, we’re going to suggest a new way to flex your creative muscles. Sometimes these will be physical (knitting, crochet, musical, etc.), while many are writing, art, or even multiple options at once. Do these in the format you find easiest, unless you want to push your…

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I am anything but what I wanted to write about today.   See, my new BuJo is here, in Antigua, waiting at the shipping container terminal hard thing and I have been sitting downstairs, impatiently waiting for my neighbour’s car to come into the driveway. Again. He’s left and come back twice. Both times, my…

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I am horrible at a routine. This is part of the reason that the 30-days your way is going to be so excellent for the Creative Journey folks! I can participate in getting time… well, maybe not time, but definitely routine to schedule some sanity. Okay, even that’s stretching it a bit too far. I…

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First off, if you’ve never heard of Inktober, don’t worry. I didn’t know it existed until exactly the day it started this year. Secondly, here’s Mr. Jake Parker’s website which can explain all the whoo-ha about it. Each week, I’m going to do a wrap up of my previous week’s worth of art, and share…

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Depth of Character: Character Focus (protagonist/antagonist) NOTE: YOU DO NOT have to have a “hero/villain” in your story. This is only if you decide you want to have them. And yes, I’m adding a new creation of Antivillain because it’s important that people are able to have characters who are complex. The depth of your…

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We’ve taken more photos in the last year than have ever been captured in two hundred years. In fact, we just passed the anniversary of the first photograph recorded. Sure, there have always been societies dating back tens of thousands of years that have used and utilised the ability of impressions in stone and bleached…

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We’ve taken more photos in the last decade than have ever been captured in human history. By the end of 2020, it’s possible that the number of photos taken in just that year alone could be more than the last hundred years combined. What a staggering thought indeed. Out of those, only 0.01% of them…

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Originated as a Japanese psychology game – it will give you interesting perspectives about your personality: Remember, it’s a GAME, so don’t take it too seriously, especially if it doesn’t meet your view of yourself. The rules are simple: Grab a pen/paper or just keep track in your head, but don’t cheat and scroll ahead…

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