Metalsmith, birth worker, knitter and artist. This is where I get to talk about the reality and all that.
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I’m a full spectrum doula when I’m not in the art studio. I offer compassionate and professional support to all families for all the possible outcomes of pregnancy. My practice is 100% inclusive of traditional, LGBT, poly, surrogate parents, adoptive parents, birth parents, and single parents. Because the last thing you need during a major life transition is judgment about your choices.
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Category Archives: art journal
This little fellow was a pretty good representation of my mood this morning and I guess the barista is either psychic or I was looking kind of grumpy when I ordered my latte. Love the coffee at the Brasil Kiss … Continue reading
So there’s this book. It’s called “Steal Like An Artist” and it may be the most amazing book I have ever read. It isn’t actually about stealing. It’s about the creative process and how we learn, how we are inspired … Continue reading
It’s so easy to forget to water the plants. “The plants” being, in this case, everything or anything, whether that’s making art, walking, eating well, filing taxes on time, getting enough sleep. Remembering to water is my goal this year. … Continue reading
On Monday over at the Dreamlab we were asked to identify a “numbing behavior” and cut it out for the week. Well I don’t know about you, but for me that’s definitely Facebook and mindless web-surfing. I could noodle around … Continue reading
Journaling is something I try to do as a daily practice. Mostly because I am happier when I journal every day, when I am able to sit down and play with colors and textures and words. There are weeks where … Continue reading
This is a fairly new practice for me. I felt so intimidated when I started to journal again after 7 years. It was like, somehow I was afraid that I’d open up my journal and it would wind up like … Continue reading