2019 Part 2 of 3

2019 has been a cathartic year, I’ve cleared out a lot of mental cobwebs and actual clutter. I made a concerted effort to fill the spaces that gave way with juicy creative times, and to leave some unfilled. A space to breathe.

Here’s what my year has looked like month by month, and what’s been feeding my imagination

Following on from yesterday’s post

Here’s what the middle part of my year looked like month by month, and what was feeding my imagination.


“Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing.”

~ Camille Pissarro. 

Inspired by The Wisdom of Your Cells by Bruce Lipton,  The Moon is My Calendar Reality Transurfing by Vadim Zeland, Journey into Yourself by Eckhart Tolle. Sabrina Ward Harrison on Hello Human podcast, PaperArtsy Fresco acrylics.


” The point of the dance, is the dance.”

— Alan Watts.

Inspired by The Eden Project & Lost Gardens of Heligan, Tommie Kelly’s Adventures in Woo-woo, On Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg, Jane ‘Florica’ Thompson

100 days of doodles for the #100dayproject


Inspired by Bootsy Greenwood, Micarah TewersSeamingly Sera, The Allusionist, Lee Harris, Tammi Salas ‘The Proof of Life Project, The 100 Day Project


“If you are not afraid of the voices inside you, you will not fear the critics outside you. Besides, those voices are merely guardians and demons protecting the real treasure, the first thoughts of the mind.” 

~ Natalie Goldberg

Inspired by Rachel Maksy, Hali Karla’s ‘Patchwork Sketchbook’, “Ma”, Paul Selig, Jessa Reed’s Soberish podcast

Join me here tomorrow for Part Three.

Author: Mixy

artist, thing maker & idea magpie. I am making it all up, one bit at a time.

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