Category Archives: problem solving
As many of you know, a change in work schedule has seriously interfered with my creative studio time. I’ve made a commitment
to get up even earlier (4:00-4:30 AM—yes, AM), however, I have the good sense to try this only if I’ve been able to go to bed between 8-9 PM. This past week that didn’t happen…at all…not once. I had evening events that got me home after 9:00, M-Th.
I did manage to get up [...]
I’ve been away from the blog for several weeks because there is just nothing to blog about. Since returning to my teaching job in August, I’ve had to adjust to a new schedule, one that takes over my day much earlier than before. Suddenly, I find myself with bits of time here and there, but no blocks of time where I can get warmed up and into a project for a significant amount of time. It has added up to [...]
Wow! I’m going to Geneva to speak at the United Nations Headquarter for Europe. When I was asked to speak, I immediately said, “YES”. It was 2 hours later, on my drive home from work that I had the anxiety attack, “What would I say? What would I wear? The journey to this point was short and sweet.
My fist project of the new year was to complete a small art quilt for an exhibit to [...]