What Frida Kahlo’s Art Can Teach Us

The Cut On July 6, 1907, a talented artist was born. Mexican-native, Frida Kahlo's history, stories, and art are continuously celebrated today. Her paintings were influential and many famous pieces of work are found in galleries across the world. During my junior year of college, I spent approximately two months researching and studying Frida Kahlo. … Continue reading What Frida Kahlo’s Art Can Teach Us

The Best Lines In Book ‘Tell Me Three Things’ By Julie Buxbaum

I just finished reading Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum. In addition to the delicious, cute appeal of heart-shaped waffles on the cover, there are some great sentences tucked inside this story. I gathered and compiled some of the greatest. Keep in mind, this post does contain spoilers. Side Note: Follow me on Goodreads … Continue reading The Best Lines In Book ‘Tell Me Three Things’ By Julie Buxbaum

Keep These Websites Bookmarked During Your Next Writing Session

Closing your laptop and sliding your phone away might be part of your writing routine. Avoiding distractions and leaving you to the words that spill from mind to paper is how many people like their stories to unfold. Not every writer strives for the quick succession of keyboard taps. No matter your writing surface, writing … Continue reading Keep These Websites Bookmarked During Your Next Writing Session

Poetry Prompts Inspired By Zayn’s Discography

pmstudio.com Listening to music while writing (and even sometimes editing,) can help me to stay focused. Any lyric sung can unexpectedly inspire an idea. If you are also an avid music listener while writing, then this post is perfect for you. "There's no goodbyes, only usSo I will followHold you close standing on the edge … Continue reading Poetry Prompts Inspired By Zayn’s Discography

Photography Prompts On National Nature Photography Day

One of my favorite things about each season are the types of scenery and photo-worthy moments the time of year offers. Autumn is perfect for capturing colorful leaves, winter is best for snowy landscapes, spring is great for flowers, and summer is amazing for all things sunshine, travel, and outdoors. Today, June 15th, is National … Continue reading Photography Prompts On National Nature Photography Day

Comet: A Poem

At nightI envision my houseFloating,Attached to a cometBy silver string,Silver like a spider's web,But more beautiful,Charming,ExquisiteLike stars and diamonds.Tethered toExpensive threadI'm attached to a comet,My home's foundationTucked in an unknownGalaxyAs silence prevailsAnd refuses to beTainted with.Dark wraps my windowEnveloped,Like a love letter.

Establishing The Best Point Of View For Your Story

A storyline will shift and change as you begin writing and dive deeper into the story. Switching your perspective and the protagonist can produce an entirely different narrative. Just imagine if Harry Potter was written in first person point of view or even from the mind of Voldemort. While outlining a piece of writing, deciding … Continue reading Establishing The Best Point Of View For Your Story

Rabbit’s Foot: A Short Story

Rabbit's Foot is a short story that was spawned from a seed of an idea. Since January of this year, I worked through my final semester of college writing, editing, revising, and applying finishing touches to the story. I was lucky enough to have the guidance and support from one of my professors, making sure … Continue reading Rabbit’s Foot: A Short Story

6 Inspirational Quotes On National Creativity Day

Today, May 30th, is National Creativity Day. If your speciality is digital, fiber, watercolor, or some other art, celebrate it extra today. There is no better day to surround yourself with all the things that inspire you and keep your creativity flowing. "Creativity is a natural extension of our enthusiasm."Earl Nightingale / Radio entertainer, Author … Continue reading 6 Inspirational Quotes On National Creativity Day