Last year I read a book by Seth Godin called What to Do When It’s Your Turn (and it’s always your turn) . It’s a great book. In it he
All of the reasons (well some of them) that I love Amanda Palmer and what she teaches me about my own art, about being vulnerable, and about never apologizing for the space I take up in the world.
Choosing to be vulnerable is hard. Like, painful and scary hard. But it’s so much more freeing than choosing to live in the dark. Don’t hide who you are. Come out in the light. Live Wide Open. Share that big, beautiful heart with the world.
Brushy One String has done more with a one-string guitar than most people will do in a lifetime with far more resources. He definitely gets hero status.
You know how it used to be a thing to ask which was your favorite Spice Girl (I’m gonna go with Posh???)? Or which was your favorite Power Ranger (duh,
In which I freely admit that I make mistakes, and refer to myself as “we”… because there are two sides to every challenge, and it’s hard not to get caught in between them.
Not buying new clothes for a year is easier and harder than you might think, but here’s why it’s totally worthwhile.
In which I muse about why having no hair on your legs equals beauty… and decide to buck the beauty standard in favor of my own standard for beauty.
What do you see? What do you need to know? What do you want most?
When I started painting rocks with affirmations, they were just for me. And then they weren’t just for me anymore.