Coming out of a creative rut is not easy. It takes effort, will and courage. I found that, with time, the rut feels comfortable, and even the most uncomfortable feelings become companions, a sort of comrades during the desert pilgrimage. You walk around feeling out of focus, distracted by anything and everything, unable to move towards […]Read more "Inspiration reality and the creative rut"
…Most artists, be they cobblers or sculptors, composers to virtuosos, poets or scientists, like good wine, are best when they are old. The outstanding difference between such healthy people and the others is that they have found by intuition, genius , or had the luck to learn from a healthy teacher, that learning is the […]Read more "Reading: On Health"
I don’t know how it is for people, but the first days of the year for me just seem to pass. I thought about something that I’ve heard on the radio: one of the Samoas decided to change the time to the West time, leaving people with a friday too many. They jumped from Thursday […]Read more "Synchronicity, Arts and Happy 2012"
I’m addicted to books. Having said that, I have many on my bookshelf that are still waiting for my hands and eyes, but who cares. Besides, there are those moments where I get obsessed about a certain subject and then, I have to get by with the help of the Saint of the lost causes. […]Read more "Books and nothing else"
Ok, so I go for a walk every morning. Not because I want to get “in shape” for anything, but just because I need to. I need to move because I have issues with my bones and lower back. And neck. This is the bill I’m paying after years and years of being a ballet dancer. […]Read more "The middle chick"