Creative Living Bookshelf: Episode 11

We creatives just love reading, don’t we? I find I’m always adding wonderful books to my creative living bookshelf! In this episode, I share 7 great creative finds rich with stories, letters, journals, drawing, art, advice and helpful habits. I’ve shared links below (don’t look if you want to be surprised when you watch the show!)

Here are the books currently on my Creative Living Bookshelf

What are you reading?

Do you have a great creative living books to recommend to me?

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  1. POWERFUL book for support/shift focus etc, authors Chris Attwood and Janet Bray Attwood wrote “The Passion Test”. It may be available at the library. I took a Passion Test Seminar and found it to be an inspiring process for energy focus. HUGS!

  2. I REALLY love watching your videos and I really love learning about new creative books. You are so nice to listen to and have such a calm, beautiful voice. And you always inspire me and put me in a creative mood. If only my 4 month old would take a nap, I might be able to harness that creative inspiration. I’ve been wanting to take Carla’s class since it first came out. Maybe the Drawing Lab will hold me over until I can afford the class. :)

    I’m currently reading (and enjoying) The Crossroads of Should and Must – Find and Follow Your Passion by Elle Luna. I wrote a review on it for my blog today.

  3. I am new to your blog and offerings, Jamie, but grateful for them when I long for some creative inspiration, understanding (and company!). I’ve just ordered the Emily Carr book and thank you deeply for sharing about it…she is new to me, too.

    • Jamie says:

      Hi there, Lesley! Welcome to the studio. I’m so glad that we’ve connected. I hope you enjoy the Emily Carr book. She’s an iconic Canadian painter. It was such a joy for me to see her work recently at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Now I’m thoroughly enjoying immersing myself in her words!

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