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Maybe you’re wondering if you should ditch your full-time job to open your business. Or, you’re contemplating ending a four-year relationship. Ahhh, choices. Terrifying, liberating and life-defining…all at the same time. Here are a few reminders about making your life decisions.
We are here to create. If you don’t know your [...]
There’s this short, sweet video by zen master Alan Watts that I encourage you to watch–it’s only two and a half minutes, so just pretend like it’s a commercial of sorts. While you could scroll down and just get to the tips listed in this article, I believe this is a good prelude [...]Continue Reading →
Everyone has experienced what I call “intangible blah days.” They’re the type where nothing is wrong, but nothing is great, either: You wake up feeling lethargic. On your wish list is a repellent for all of those super-chipper people. And even coffee doesn’t seem to help. If left untreated, this sense of apathetic [...]Continue Reading →
Amanda Manfredi is a Phoenix-based artist whose mandala pieces are featured below. “Artist” is just one of her many labels: she is also an exceptionally talented photographer, yogini and social media consultant.
Amanda’s website Peace, Love, Yoga, Art provides information on how to purchase her art, her class schedule and [...]Continue Reading →
On June 24, 2011 By karmacounsel
The importance of galleries in the financial success of artists cannot be understated. In the art world, galleries are the equivalent of record companies and movie studios–they bring art to the public. They are institutions lending context and credibility to the works they display. While the concert violinist on the street corner can command [...]Continue Reading →