I’m practising being inspired, which means taking Artist Dates and hooking tiny actions to existing habits I have. Like, listening to music whilst I do my Morning Pages and exploring on the page ways of writing in flow. And I’m steadily preparing for my job with a focus on wellness. I start tomorrow! How to […]
Creating my own curriculum I’d like to do a Masters degree in Creative Writing. It’s not the right time. I definitely want to practise studying before I leap into the fray *and* there are a bunch of resources I want to check out. So, it just made sense to me to create my own curriculum […]
This has been a week of endings. But I’m not sad. Because I see it as a week of renewed beginnings. Like, because I’ve finished The Artist’s Way, again, I get to start it. Again. Endings are a cause for celebration. I’ve successfully completed four weeks of study. I’ve learned about learning. Now I’ll learn […]
Here are some words about: Scientists. Learning. Writing. And some photos. Enjoy! I’m on a writing residency and it’s time for sleep before another packed day. Baa. Meeting scientists & discovering my own love of science Last week I randomly, and wonderfully, met a senior researcher at the Natural History Museum, who’s a marine biologist. […]
What do disciplined studying, learning more about burnout, creating my own routine and wellbeing in the woods have in common? They’re all things I did this week. Wellbeing in the woods I finished the week at Wild in the City festival, and then my friend’s house. Met so many awesome people. Delighted to hear about: […]
Experiment courageously is the phrase I chose recently to guide my last couple of weeks. And honestly, I forgot all about it almost immediately. But occasionally I’m reminded when I flip through the pages of my bullet journal. And it’s definitely been a theme in my decision making, guiding me when I’ve had big choices […]
Web science: how the web is changing the world — University of Southampton — FutureLearn Currently studying Web Science, with Future Learn. It’s fun! I think I might learn “Begin programming: build your first mobile game” next.