Being Breath

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How Do You Make Time For Art?

This is the second week of the provide-your-perspective (a.k.a. blog hop) with Connie of DirtyFootprints Studio and Hali of Hali Karla Arts.  

You can see my answer to week one's question (When your art takes a "wrong" turn, what do you do?) HERE.

 

This week, we are answering the question,

How do you make time for art (when life already seems so busy)?

 

Before you watch the video, grab a pen or pencil and a piece of paper.  (Really.  I'm not going anywhere.  I'll wait.)

Click PLAY:

 

 

You can also download a PDF of the "Make Time For Art" Re-Mind-er.

 

Click HERE to access the file, then right-click to "save as" to your computer.

 

Click HERE to access the file, then right-click to "save as" to your computer.

 

And this week,

I am SO EXCITED to offer a FREE SPOT in 21 Secrets Live!

 

To enter, leave me a comment below.  Tell me: How do YOU make time for art?  

Give me a tip.

Tell me what gets in your way.

Let me know - are you going to try any of the tips above?

Fill in what YOU feel called to answer.

(Be sure to leave your email address so I can contact you if you win!)

 

Want a second entry?  SHARE this post on Facebook or Twitter, and leave a second comment letting me know you did so.  Voila - two entries!

 

Enter by 9 p.m. EST on Wednesday, December 18th.  I'll pick a winner on Thursday morning!

 

Already purchased a spot in 21 Secrets Live!?  A free spot would make a GREAT gift for a friend.

Want to know more about 21 Secrets Live!?  CLICK HERE.

 

And even MORE fun - be sure to stop by DirtyFootprints Studio and Hali Karla Arts to hear their wisdom on making time for art.  (With their busy schedules, I'm quite curious to hear how they do it, too!)

 

Good luck - I can't wait to hear your perspective!!

 

UPDATE 12/18/2013 9:00 PM EST: Comments are now closed for the giveaway.  The winner will be announced (and contacted) tomorrow morning!  Please feel free to continue this conversation by adding a post over at Facebook!

 

 

(A note for those who are new to the site: I respond to all comments personally instead of on the blog.)

 

Namaste