the february 2013 create EVERY DAY challenge

Join me in the February 2013

20 days and 20 prompts to interpret and incorporate into your daily creative practice as you wish.

Set yourself up for success!  February is the shortest month of the year and with two days "off" (you decide what days these are) every week, makes a perfect 20.

Become a part of a community that is showing up for their creativity in a small, imperfect, inspiring way every day.

MOVE through February (when we're finished, it will be MARCH)!  And, more importantly, start, participate and complete a CREATIVE COMMITMENT just two months into A NEW YEAR.

Why does taking tiny steps like this really work?  For the past five years I have been creating EVERY day.  Sometimes my daily creative endeavor takes on the role of a meditation or a form of expressing gratitude.  Sometimes it's an opportunity to just focus on me for at least 10 minutes a day (while dropping the rest of the day away).  Sometimes it creates a ripple effect and this leads me to the larger picture of life AND ALWAYS...yes, ALWAYS it strengthens that creative muscle so showing up becomes less of a novelty and more of a habit.  Why wouldn't you want a stronger muscle?  If you think about it, too, it inspires others to show up.  I think you'd agree: a world full of daily creatives sounds like the place where I want to be.

How does this work?
You'll receive 20 different emails (one, 5 days a week) throughout the month of February.  Each email will contain the prompt (two words) for the day as well as my visually "created" interpretation.  At this point, it's up to you to interpret the prompt into your creativity.
We'll share our contributions on a flickr group.

What to do next?  Invite a friend to come and play along.  Enroll by choosing the corresponding paypal "buy now" button (the cost is $20).  I'll send you a contract (a fun way to prepare and commit to yourself), a pep talk and an invite to a new flickr group.

Let's DO this!

Oh, and...
P.S  if you're an expert, there's no need to apply.  
We're all just an imperfect bunch of committed creatives.
Read more about why not being an expert works for me here.

Read my pep talk for this class here.

If you don't know me and want to know more, read the nitty, gritty on me here.
Yeah, I can't think of anything I've left out.


  1. I so agree with you about doing something creative ever day even if it is for only 10 minutes. Somehow it is very powerful to practice in this way. And I commend you for you classes and workshops!


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