Climb every mountain, buried treasure and earthy bits.
Mountain – this was last month’s challenge theme for the #areyoubookenough creative bookbinding community. Each month I am awe struck with inspiration as I admire bookish creations from all curves of the globe. What is your experience with mountains? What memories or sensations do they evoke within you? Are you the mountain? Let your free writer spirit climb the rocky ridges and soar above the clouds!
X marks the spot
Do you remember the last time you made a treasure map?
What was your treasure?
Create a new map; will you encode the legend, include a key and a rose compass? Will the path be smooth or are there monsters and booby traps beyond the edges of the page? What adventure will you take us on?
A companion for slow living
by Anna Carlile
Once again, I praise books (it won’t be the last time, so you better get used to it!).
Once again, I found this one at the library and after only having flicked through the pages; I knew that I loved it! It wanders through the seasons with thoughts and simple activities to help you replenish your being.
This is the year of many things, and despite everything, it is not all bad. This lovely local publication, (the author hails from Melbourne), emerged this year, so it is rather timely, being that we all have more of it or that we have had to reorganise our time.
A suitable time for reflection and redirecting our roots. When do you feel most grounded? What helps you feel grounded? If you think like a tree, how do the elements assist you and which ones do you feel most in tune with?
For a raunchy spring-fling read…
How well rooted are your earthy bits?!
For me, it seems there is not much difference between wondering and wandering. It has always helped me find inspiration. Creative dabbling is good for the soul, I couldn't imagine life without it and often surprise myself by what I come up with.