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This is your certain life experience moment.

I wrote a variation of this to a friend who didn’t want the same wake up call I got. You know, for me it was the Certain Death Experience. That’s a hell of a way to be snapped out of complacency and I’m not sure I recommend it! But from […]

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Want to feel loved? Love yourself first

I saw a post on Facebook that made me pause. “I just want to feel loved.” And I think that is a lot of us. Looking for someone to be our other half. Looking for validation and love from others. It’s kinda what we’re taught growing up. But it’s so […]

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The way to inner peace is through your outer life

Last week was a major clear out for me. From making a major dent in the sutff and chaos left over from my aborted household move, to losing friends. Major. And it hasn’t been easy but it has been worth it. I’m actively working to create the life I want. […]

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So this happened

Ok, without a doubt seeing that on twitter was cool but you know I’m not talking about Jeffrey Dean Morgan now…. nope. I’m actually talking about falling back in love with my art. That’s a pretty big deal. For the past year, my art has been associated with harassment and […]

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Does your mind look for problems?

I have been struggling with resistance to painting for a while now. It’s an odd place to be, apart from the thing that makes me feel like the most ME me. I realized, talking to my coach yesterday, that this got triggered by moving studios a year ago. Moving into […]

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I failed and I’m proud of it

It’s Monday and I haven’t sent an email yet. Oops. Tiny fail there. I’m moving away from pop art for a number of reasons one of which is burnout. I’d call that a fail. The commercial space that I moved into a year ago this week is now being occupied […]

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Making room for play

Yesterday (today for me) I went over to a friend’s house to play. Ha, that sounds kinda cute when I read it back. Me, a grown ass adult went to play. But, you know I’m suffering from burn out and overwhelm at the moment. For a few years now, I’ve […]

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This idea blew my mind and I want to share it with you

Yesterday, I announced I was leaving pop art altogether. I want to pause here and assure you all that this announcement does not affect Finding Inclusivity. That project is a go and while running slightly behind, will be launching to crowd funding shortly. For most of my followers, this announcement […]

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Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

I put a pool table in my dining room. I decided it was time to make my house reflect the way I want to live rather than the way I was expected to live. I’m not in college. There are no keggers here. It’s just time for a change. And […]

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