For me, spring is a time of renewal and gratitude. I am so looking forward to all the colors of spring flowers and green vegetation. As I write this article, today is the first day of spring and it got me thinking about my gratitude for you readers. Thank you for reading my Studio Notes! 😁 I am blown away by the thoughtful comments and emails that I have received from you readers. It really is why I keep writing. Every writer needs those readers to make it all worthwhile.
Spring has got me thinking about renewal and fresh ideas. I am curious about...
- What my readers are thinking about?
- What motivates you to read my Studio Notes?
- What value do you take away after you read it?
- What topics are you interested in learning more about?
After writing over 100 weekly Studio Notes, I would like to focus on what really resonates with my readers.
Readers have shared productivity app tips, businesses to follow, their connection to nature, being vulnerable and talking about struggles to keep creating on a regular basis and more. This desire to share makes me feel very humbled and grateful for the trust you have given me.
In a reflective mood, I wondered "What can I do to show my appreciation?"
My answer was offering to share any lessons I have learned over these 20 years of creating.
So this week is a CALL FOR QUESTIONS!
Did you ever read a past article and still have more questions? Now is the time to ask me.
Is there anything you have wanted to know about...
- Starting your own creative practice
- Creating a Squarespace website
- Creating an Instagram page
- Using Evernote to organize your creative ideas
- My studio set up
- How I sort and store my fabric
Do you have a question about...
- Fabric art
- My love for my 2Do task management app
- EcoMemory commissions
- Creativity in general
Remember, there are no bad or stupid questions.
Think about the role creativity plays in your life now and what it can be in the future.
I will answer all the questions to the best of my ability within the next week.
If you have comments you want to share or topics you want to suggest for future Studio Notes, just let me know.
The best way to ask me your question is by email. If you are a subscriber and get Studio Notes delivered to your email inbox, just hit REPLY.
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I can’t wait to see what questions you guys come up with!