Monday, October 7, 2019

Rainy Monday Motivation For Everyday

A rainy Monday does not suppress creativity. There is very little that can. A rainy day promotes quietness and peace, the perfect atmosphere to foster thoughts of new creations. A rainy day slows us down, so that the dreams of creations that get lost in a busy in-and-out day can bloom into fruition. Embrace your rainy day and make your new creations that have been pressing you to allow them to come forth. Let them live, on a rainy day.

I'm getting together a pkg of paper crafted gifts for a poll I recently ran. It's almost more fun giving away something handmade than preparing an order. Almost. Have you run any giveaways lately? How do you structure yours? Do you run them often?

Embrace your rainy Monday and let your new creations come forth.
Here is a motivational blog that I ran across called Unapologetic Happiness, where the writer offers motivation and tips on how to choose happiness everyday. It is owned by Shanette Mcneill, a health & wellness coach and a certified life coach.

Sparkle Image Credit: Google, Black Birds And Butterflies


Michelle Churchman said...

It is nice when you can slow down and listen to your muse. A rainy day can certainly promote that. As far as giveaways, I did one from now deleted FB page. It was okay. At the moment, I have all my selling venues shut down so that I can be immersed in my creativity without distraction.

Artsy Craftery Design Studio said...

Hey Michelle! Interesting that you shut down your venues as the holiday season is upon us. Maybe you've decided to skip all of that hoopla. Maybe you'll be reopening in Nov or something. I've closed a lot of social and selling accounts for good, including my 4 Bonanza shops. It's a retirement step to de-clutter my brain, as well as freeing up my schedule for more specialized and advanced creating going forth. I watched Beads, Baubles & Jewels today on PBS. Whenever I see that show, I think of you, because they sometimes do wire-wrapping. Nice to hear from you and I'm glad you're still doing good with your creating.

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