We continue our 50 States of Generosity series with a focus on West Virginia, The Mountain State, where “Mountaineers are Always Free.”
A couple of hours on the meter, a walk through the metal detector and a long wait on the IRS office chairs might be all you need for an Artist Date.
Think you can do your work in your sleep? Warren Berger suggests that we might do our best creative thinking when we’re asleep. Join us for our A More Beautiful Question book club discussion.
Want to open up your creativity? Maybe you need an Artist’s Date. Bundle up and take a winter’s walk on the ice with LW Lindquist.
Join Laura Boggess as she hops the fence and wades through the grass to sit a while under the leafy branches of a giant tree.
Seth Haines awakens his creativity and finds the poetry of fly fishing through graceful repetition, through easy and patient strokes.
The syrup-making man shares about his business, his face shining as he talks, and I surprise myself by accepting an invitation to visit his sugar house.
At the Elizabeth F. Gamble Garden Center, I close my eyes and listen to the soothing sound of skipping water and singing birds. My breathing slows.
Any truffles found to have large air bubbles or cracks will be immediately eaten by my helpers to save the embarrassment of selling an inferior truffle this weekend—one of the perks of volunteering.
I am out searching for sea turtles that might come ashore tonight and lay eggs on the beach of Canaveral National Seashore.
Become a better writer and open your creativity with an Artist Date in the showroom of a Daytona Beach bike shop.
I arrive at the Blue Spring boil, where manatees dive deep, and flirt, and play, reminding me how to become a better writer.
Kathryn Neel considers how to become a better writer and storyteller both now and in the future by browsing technology at Otronicon 2014.
On a visit to an apiary, the bees live out a powerful metaphor for anyone who wants to become a better writer.
We learn how to become a better writer as we join Kathryn Neel on the dock and consider how to make peace with the dark.
The work of Henri Matisse was not made to capture an impression, nor an exacting representation. His work captures the essence. Sort of like good writing.
Kathryn Neel learned how to become a better writer with help from Leonardo da Vinci and wide-eyed children who easily embraced the playfulness of genius.
Robert McCready knows how to become a better writer when he heads out on an Artist Date and finds the blues.
Ideas for how to become a better writer may be as close as the back yard, or even the kitchen. Today’s artist date will make you hungry for more.
Want to know how to become a better writer? Go on an Artist Date, like Kathryn Neel did when she watched the Super Moon rise over the water.