Creative breathmint #1

In the digital age, don’t forget to use your digits! Your hands are the original digital devices. Use them.

Lynda Barry

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  • reply Belle Kolste ,

    No featured image?

    • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

      Belle – I’m trying to give myself some summertime studio time a couple of days each week. There’s plenty to explore! Hope you’ll understand.

      • reply Sarah ,

        Belle, If you need a polymer clay fix, you may want to check out Pinterest.com It’s inspiration overload. Thanks for all you do Cynthia! Sarah

      • reply Carolyn Sernasie ,

        Hello,
        I am enjoying this site very much.
        However I do not understand how to navigate the ‘you might like this’ area of the page. When I leave it to bring up one of the options and return the pictures have changed in part or totally never to be viewed again. Or at least not by me, because I cannot find them.
        I am finding this frustrating missing other sites I wish to view.
        What am I doing wrong?
        Carolyn Sernasie

        • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

          Carolyn – Yep, I’ve experienced the same thing. If you can remember a bit about the subject, you can search for it in the search box in the right column.

          But I know what you mean. I’m checking with the creator of that widget to see if there’s a workaround.

        • reply Meisha ,

          Good for you Cynthia….being stretched too thin can cause major anxiety. We all need to find a balance in our lives. Glad you are working on that…I’m trying to work on balancing work with creative time too. Bye the way…enjoyed the Lynda Barry post.

          • reply Belle Kolste ,

            NOW I understand, Cynthia. I thought the internet had broken down, heavens to Betsy! Have fun in your studio.

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