Renee posted a link to this cheery Australian artist/writer Keri Smith, whose site The Wish Jar  is a delight of inspiration and sensibility.  Here is a good one:  How to feel miserable as an artist:  Miserableartist_1

Now go read some of her other stuff, including Ten Ways To Infuse Your Work With Your Personality  and What am I worth?   

A friend of mine has started a business flipping houses. We live in a lucrative
We've been working on new webpages, my friends. This one was given a facelift some
It's a gloomy morning in Texas, the air thick and cool, heavy with the thunderstorms
This is a wintery sort of recipe, but a reader went through a lot of
I've been hearing a lot of funny grumbling about NaNoWriMo.  I'm not sure why.  There
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A friend of mine has started a business flipping houses. We live in a lucrative
We've been working on new webpages, my friends. This one was given a facelift some
It's a gloomy morning in Texas, the air thick and cool, heavy with the thunderstorms
This is a wintery sort of recipe, but a reader went through a lot of
I've been hearing a lot of funny grumbling about NaNoWriMo.  I'm not sure why.  There

2 thoughts on “

  1. HB

    This totally backfired on me! This did make me miserable! I have visited Keri’s website before but had forgotten. Now, I just wish I had the time to make something as cool as this 🙂

    I am mostly kidding, great link, thanks!

  2. Barbara

    Oh, no, my dear! You’re a fine artist and writer, and there will be time for it in a few weeks. 🙂

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