creative inertia

Creative sabotage

October 12, 2009

I’m still here.  I haven’t had much to say lately as I am practicing my usual autumnal creative sabotage.  That is, I think about projects, things I’d like to try etc., then I find all sorts of excuses not to start them.  I’m laughing at myself as I write this, because really that’s pretty pathetic […]

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Buried in clutter

July 1, 2009

I am feeling a bit swallowed up by the level of mess in the studio.  I am not a neat person and I have a pretty high tolerance for clutter.  That’s a good thing considering that I am a pile maker rather than a person who immediately puts things away.  Eventually though, the piles of […]

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The view from the sidelines

December 20, 2008

Note from Libby:  I wrote this post several days ago, meaning to get back to it and revise a bit.  I have been hesitant to publish it because I don’t want this blog to come across as whiny.  Creativity has an ebb and flow, and while it is harder to write about, I think examining […]

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Great post about motivation

November 25, 2008

Thanks to Gerri Newfry for the link to this blog post by Alicia Tormey on the subject of creative motivation. It’s a fantastic post full of ideas I really need to take to heart.  It seems so obvious and yet, I have never really thought about the difference between inspiration and motivation.  While inspiration flows […]

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