Tag Archives: Creativity

The Power of a Wish

Christmas, at least for me, brings back memories and feelings like no other season can. Every year, in early December, my mom would get out the decorations – glass ornaments, silver tinsel (re-used year after year), and large multi-colored lights. … Continue reading

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Simple Stories … or Are They?

I don’t remember when I first read The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton, but the idea of a house with feelings didn’t seem that far-fetched to me. Maybe it was my age. According to Christine Lundberg, a producer and filmmaker who’s been active … Continue reading

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Let Those Ideas ‘Sneak In’

“Travel is the best way of getting new ideas.”  – Graeme Base Graeme Base is what you might call a “Renaissance man.” His dream as a boy was to be an artist or a musician. He became both. But along the … Continue reading

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Creativity – Your Most Important Asset

If you’ve been following my newsletters over the past three years, you know I like to stick with themes. So, over the next few months, I’ll be dedicating several posts to a topic dear to my heart: CREATIVITY. (I wrote … Continue reading

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