Recuperating, Preparing & Self-Knowledge

Every weekday morning I invite you Behind the Scenes at my studio.

Today: Wow, I can’t believe I’ve been so sick! Ever so gently I’m coming back to the studio. I’ve got to nurture my energy because I’ve got a big workshop next Sunday!

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  1. If I was sharing the gift of journaling with a group of young girls I’d for sure include ways to keep what I’d written private – I think girls that age may be concerned with having a safe place to share their thoughts and secrets….

  2. Kris Bilyeu says:

    I’m thinking of my 11-year old grand daughter and how creative she is and also how private she’s becoming. I think it might be important for the girls to get their thoughts and feelings out and onto paper and then to cover them with art. That way they’ve expressed themselves twice over!! I’d want to stress to them, that this process is about THEM — not about their parents or siblings or BFF’s or gaining approval or winning blue ribbons!!

  3. Céline Kelette says:

    such a great pleasure to see you here Jamie !!!

    the most important thing for me in art journaling is to pour out all the bad stuff on the paper, make it secret in spreading gesso, and then, transforming sadness in beautiful things, playing with wonderful colors and materials, having fun in transforming. But art journaling is also taking time for the past day, being mindful, remembering and being grateful : writing and sketching about the day.

    those girls are so happy to discover art journaling with such a caring being !!!

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