How’d you like to open your door to stress reduction? Let’s begin with the cause of your stress. Are you overworked, sleeping little, worried about your family, struggling at work, overweight, or just plain worn out. I was worn out when I was my mother’s caregiver. For a year I woke up several times
Let’s think about making art and focusing. It doesn’t matter if you are an artist or not. We’re going to use our hand and eyes to create in the air Find something in your kitchen that you use everyday. I’ve picked a spoon. Study the spoon, looking at the length of the handle in proportion
Flowers represent so many different things to people. Today, my flower stands for: creativity, simplicity & aroma Let’s take a piece of paper. We’re going to make a flower in one minute. One Minute Art allows you to think quickly and purposefully without attaching emotions to your activity. Remember it’s only one minute. 1.
Consider making art in One Minute. For the past 63 days I’ve done just that. My goal was to create a habit of making art daily, no matter what. To change a habit one needs to be consistent and persistent. So, I researched and learned that 66 consecutive days can establish a habit. Here’s Day
Welcome to our Creative Action post. I’m Eileen Schwartz, the on-line co-creator of Healing Art for Caregivers. I plan to share daily thoughts about art for healing for caregivers, the client, veterans and for those in need of healing. You’ll read about a variety of things to do to activate healing, such as One Minute