New Year’s Resolution

Resolution #1:

I’ve let my regular practice of creativity exercises lapse. The result feels like mental bloating similar to the physical effects of my culinary indulgences over the holidays. The treats are mostly gone and won’t be replaced. I’m putting creativity exercises at the top of the to-do list for much of January. I’ll post some of mine here, and hope you’ll share your ideas as well.

Resolution Number 2:
Your comments on my last post helped me decide: We all have a stake in saying how we want to connect and learn online. So yes, I’ll post some of my work in the upcoming class on e-learning and digital cultures here in 2013. And I look forward to your comments on those posts, too.

What are your resolutions?

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Donna Kallner

fiber artist, teacher and explorer, inspired by ancient fiber techniques and all the ways contemporary fiber artists give old ideas a new spin

2 thoughts on “New Year’s Resolution”

  1. I know what you mean – it’s so easy to fall off the wagon on daily creativity practice. I’m with you – I’m starting the new year with a renewed commitment to creative time. I’ve also decided to give myself some space – get off the treadmill and allow myself a year of taking things more slowly and enjoying the treasures in my life.

    Happy New Year and have fun with your creativity exercises!

  2. Thanks, Lisa! You put it so well: If we fall off the wagon, we can climb back on and make a renewed commitment to creative time. Best wishes to you for a happy and creative new year!

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