“A bad review didn’t stop me from doing another show and it didn’t crush my dreams… instead it fuelled me to express my voice even more.” About Justine Warrington – actor, writer, producer Justine is an award-winning actress, writer &
“Finishing a writing project depends a lot less on inspiration than most people think” – an interview with Angie Abdou
“I published my first short story collection in 2006, and my first novel in 2007. Without that near-death accident, I don’t know if I ever would have found the time and energy for writing.” About Angie Abdou – author Angie
Jennifer May Copping: I think all you have to do is ask, and you’ll find that there are a lot of resources available to you
“Happiness is hearing my two year old start to put thoughts together, and start to express himself and be heard. We all just want to be heard.” About Jennifer May Copping Jennifer Copping is a singer, a director, an accomplished
Shauna Johannesen: No one is ‘waiting’ for you, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have something amazing to offer.
” I think you become great when you trust that the stories you have inside of you, the truths you feel and the world you see has value and can resonate with others if you tell them honestly, clearly and
20 Lessons I’ve Learned About Being Creative – The Creative Life Interview Series
Since publishing the very first post on this blog on June 2, 2014, through Creative Life, 62 personal stories and 20 interviews have been shared. A couple of days ago I opened up the blog to guest posts and have already received a
Matthew Kowalchuk: If you want to go on an adventure, you’ve got to say yes to it.
“We’re always role playing – and isn’t that a form of faking it? You have to be able to have the confidence to believe you are what you are in that moment: parent, teacher, etc,, and then others will accept it
Becky Forbes: My intuition has served me very well over the years. It’s how I make art, it’s how I teach, it’s how I live my life.
My only saving grace in this downward spiral of intuition guilt, is what a well known theatre director once told me.“You know you’re doing what you should be, when at the end, it feels like you didn’t do anything.” About