Category Archives: Multipotentialites

On finishing things, or, I made a thing, eep!

When I started writing blog posts about the connection between creativity and mental wellbeing I initially thought that I would write one, let it loose, see how it flew. Then I had an idea for another one, but I thought … Continue reading

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Quick review: Body of work by Pamela Slim

I’ve not blogged this week as I’ve not really been at my best, and¬†have been doing the ‘one thing at a time’ thing this week. I’m not going to do a long piece now¬†should be back tomorrow with something a … Continue reading

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Making and mental health: Arts as a transformative practice

I have been musing over the last few weeks in what has turned into a little blog series about how having an arts practice can be a positive thing for mental health. It certainly works on some level for me. … Continue reading

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Making and mental health: slowing down

A few weeks ago I posted a piece about my making and mindfulness. I’ve had the day off work today and have been thinking a bit more about why making things seem to work so well for me in bringing … Continue reading

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Business Bites: the ‘getting started’ to do list

I think I’ve been blogging for about a month now and I thought it would be a good time to take stock of where I’ve got to on this ‘I’ll just set up my own business, that’ll be simple’ path … Continue reading

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