It’s important for me as a creative to make sure I’m consuming good quality creations… not just a mindless scroll of blabbering.

Here’s my scrapbook of all the things that have fed my eyes, heart, brain & soul over the last month. I usually collect all the things that inspire me in my art journal… consider this my digital version!

Filled with things I’ve read, things I’ve beauty, things I’ve watched…

Get yourself a big ole cup of tea… this is a long one!

This journal page makes me breathless!

This colourful home tour was so gorgeous!

Hilarious 18th century self portraits. Instant memes material!

Henry Miller’s work schedule.

Holy shit so pretty.

100 Things That Made Austin Kleon’s Year

These photos of England make me long long long to visit.


I always think: oh no, not again, not now, not me. But what will I do? I will love the trees, the leaves, and especially the rake. I will love the sky, the wind, the rain, and the pond scoop. I will love the fall and the fallen. I will love my life, which is yours too, and I will cry your tears.

“So, what do you do with all those inside jokes that no longer have an audience? The jokes that require a backstory to explain (and aren’t even funny to anyone else)?”

This sometimes flits across my mind when I think about having to live without Dawsy when we’re old and grey. We’ve already got two decades of in jokes that make us wheeze with tears but nobody on the planet would ever, ever understand.

“Ninety-nine percent of who you are is invisible and untouchable.”
– Buckminster Fuller

I also watched and adored:

  • The 2020 version of Emma
  • Hysteria

Righto, this has been an absolute JOY.

And to think… when I was wasting my life scrolling social media, I wasn’t remembering ANYTHING important, useful, good or beautiful. I was just reading mindless, forgettable trash. Quitting social media & starting to mindfully consume brilliant creations again? Life changing. Brain healing. Wildly joyful.

Here’s to all the creators!

Big love,

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