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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Wednesday Inspiration

Maybe it's because I'm realizing that the rainy season has truly set in.  Maybe it's looming midterms.  For whatever reason this recent post on Culturebot got me all mistyeyed in the middle of the workday.

Andy has written a deeply personal and heartfelt reflection on how we make our lives as artists and how we make peace with our lives as artists.  It's a beautifully written piece, so I won't spoil it by talking about it too much.  Enjoy!

For more inspiration, check out writer Elizabeth Gilbert's TED Talk on "the maddening capriciousness of the creative process" and why we need to talk to fairies.


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