HOW TO STEAL LIKE AN ARTIST (AND 9 OTHER THINGS... →
So much of this is fantastic that I can’t choose a part to quote!
Remember these things when hiring an artist coach: 1. You only get what you...– http://artistswhothrive.com/index.php/2011/05/hiring-an-artist-coach/
During times of transition, there is a “gap” in the journey from who-I-was to...– http://thegreathunger.com/2011/05/goddess-yaga-weight-lossemotional-eating/
Thanks for the Sushi, Mr. President!
On Tuesday I decided to take advantage of my 24 hour bus pass and go back downtown to explore a little. I also wanted to see if I could get my backpack strap fixed before it came off altogether, and I’d seen an Austin Shoe Hospital (they fix luggage too) on the route the day before, so I figured that if I was on the same bus, even if I passed it, all I’d have to do is get off on the...
I arrived safe and sound at my 2nd cousin Kellie’s in Austin. The whole trip was really quite smooth. I only had to walk from gate C20 to C23 with my heavy guitar case when I changed planes, quite a blessing there as usually flying out of a small airport like Des Moines, it’s a long walk and/or a train shuttle to the connecting flight! I had the row to myself on the second flight,...
Taking a Leap!
This is most of an email I sent out to my close friends and family a couple months ago to let them know about my new big plan. I realized I’ve been alluding to it here on this blog for a while now but haven’t explained in full, so here’s hoping this will fill in some pieces if anyone has been wondering. My Rubicon Year starts May 9th, 2011! Dear Ones, I’d love to...
Feathering the Nest
I sort of beat myself up sometimes for doing things in what appears to be a strange order. There’s that saying that goes, “Don’t put the cart before the horse.” In a lot of ways, I’ve felt like I’ve been putting a lot of carts before the horse when it comes to my music. From buying instruments I don’t know how to play, to saving boxes of envelope mailers...