The Daily Podcast Experiment I’ve been conducting a bit of a podcast experiment recently. It involves visiting an iPhone application called Anchor on a daily basis, where I record material for later publishing as a podcast episode. I like working with audio. I like to write too but writing an articles takes longer to create than […]
Welcome to Creativity. Creativity is an inherent aspect of what it means to be human, therefore it must be given a central role in society. I am very passionate about creativity and you'll see it is a central theme of the site. These articles are dedicated to helping your realise and develop this critical function.
Lazy Sunday Morning It’s one of those lazy Sunday mornings here for me. You know those days – the ones where you’ve nothing to do except stay in bed, stare out the window or read a book. Slow is good. It’s better than fast in my opinion although there was a time when it was […]
We’re all playing the game but sometimes it’s not so apparent. Sometimes we get caught up in what we perceive as the negative side of things then shout about how life shouldn’t be this way. We want to hold someone or something accountable for the apparent injustice then join others who feel the same and form a bitching shop. Maybe we simply need to play the game consciously.
I’ve written before about how some of the most significant experiences of my life to date have come about all of their own accord. At least on reflection that’s how it appears. Sure, I was involved in those experiences, I was there from the start, if there was in fact a start. But there were many apparent micro events that conspired to make those experiences come about and I had no direct hand in them. I can see this now as a common thread in everything.
Where do thoughts come from? It’s a question I constantly ask myself. Sometimes when I listen to an audiobook or read an actual book, I get this feeling that what I’m hearing is entirely internal. It’s like there’s nobody else involved. It’s just me talking to me.
I began work on the Conor McGregor Photorealistic Charcoal Drawing in January 2016. For the next couple months I worked on it on-and-off and finally settled on completion in mid March. The Conor McGregor Drawing makes a great gift and keepsake of a truly unique and gifted sportsman.
It’s daytime, almost 4pm and there’s no one else here, it’s just me at my desk. Then the conversation starts. Does it ever really stop I wonder. I can’t say exactly what triggers it, or maybe I can but I don’t like to admit it. But one thing I do know is I’m alone, there’s nobody else around. “What are you doing here?”, it asks.