In the Zone of Creativity

Do you happen to love doing something so much that while you are doing it, you have a heightened sense of alertness, lose track of time, feeling the creativity while blocking everything else out and just loving life?  A creativity that occupies your mind so fully that there is no room for any other thoughts?

A lot has been a lot said recently about quieting our right side of the brain to let creativity flow.  To let our minds rest to heal and recover.  I savor these times.  I often get lost and time races at warp speed.  In those moments I flourish.  I’m creating a bit of joy for myself.  A deposit, if you will, into my happiness and well being.  A happy Mama = happy Family.  Everyone wins.

Debra Lee Baldwin discussed this a bit in a post with a link to Rebecca Sweet’s website on the healing benefits of coloring.  It’s a nice story on humans being good to each other.   There are also instructions on how to enter the contest to win Debra Lee Baldwin’s new coloring book!  The info is here:  http://harmonyinthegarden.com/garden-therapy-in-the-midst-of-trauma-a-story-and-a-giveaway/ 

Update:  There was a winner and she was happy.  Tip: Subscribe to my blog and you just might win something succulent related.

 

Color Theory in the Garden

As a Landscape Designer, when discussing ideas and plans with my client, color theory is a very important consideration in the overall look and feeling of your garden.  Colors set

I met Debra Lee Baldwin!

Well, there is one more thing I get to check off my list!  I met Debra Lee Baldwin–a.k.a. the Queen of Succulents, a.k.a. the Succulent Chic, a.k.a. the Martha Stewart of

The word on how to care for succulents.

Knowing what I do about succulents, I  tend to read these articles…every. single. time. I see one.  I don’t know why, but every once in awhile I ‘love’ my succulents

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