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Too late for second-guessingToo late to go back to sleep It’s time to trust my instincts Close my eyes: and leap! (from Defying Gravity) To maintain sanity I am fliping back and forth between a high-energy Glee soundtrack and listening to the soundtrack of the natural environment.  I leave tomorrow. I leap tomorrow. Or haveContinue Reading

Finding Green

So we went from snow to desert and then back to the lush green western side of the Cascades. We have spent the last couple days in Portland, Oregon. We have seen friends, eaten great food, drank great beer, driven all over the area to see as much as we could, and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.Continue Reading

What I Needed Today

 Nana, Papa and Me (Papa died when I was 2) My Nana passed away Monday evening. This week has felt hard and grey. I went with my mom yesterday to help clean out her apartment. Everything was perfectly organized, so our job wasn’t too hard. Just decisions and boxing and carting out. But emotionally itContinue Reading


last january Last year I wrote a new year’s post about everything I was looking forward to. There was so much hope for a good year and so many plans I couldn’t even share yet. And it was an amazing year.  the contrast of february: lots of snow and a trip to Ecuador But theContinue Reading

Adrift (where the sea is taking me)

florist in London Being in Europe was like being handed the keys to a speedboat. My life was suddenly filled with new sights and sounds and I was moving. Even when I settled into a routine in Spain life was still beautiful and rich with momentum. Everything was new. I had amazing food, language toContinue Reading

Travels in Spain with Mom

My mom arrived in Madrid on an overnight flight on November 5. The opening for my show had been the night before, but regardless I woke up early, caught the 7am bus to Cordoba, a 9:30am train to Madrid and she was there waiting for me. I was so thrilled to have her in Spain.Continue Reading

Europe: Dublin

Some firsts: glimpse of Ireland, driving on the left, real stew in a pub and pints! And Trinity College. Also loved this ad by Absolut..chalk board for people to write on (not sure why fears but it was cool). Today we flew to Dublin and explored the city’s center…mainly Temple Bar and Trinity College area.Continue Reading

Balance in Movement

two recent paintings: “thunderous wall” and “and it rained” It rained here most of the week. It was fitting then that I was painting rain…a couple sibling paintings to the Bliss painting I did a couple weeks ago. Trying out painting a collection of closely related paintings within the Home series. It has taught me a lotContinue Reading

Out East (August Break 4, 5 & 6)

Took a trip a couple hours east to the coast for the last couple days. Saw a bunch of friends and spent some quality time with my brother Aaron and his wife Lauren. Lovely time. My first stop was catching up with Lucy, who is a month old. She was born a month early butContinue Reading

Travels Part 7: First Little Bit of Colorado

Today was a day I learned more about how truly blessed I am. This morning I finally launched my Kickstarter project and announced that I am going to Spain for an artist residency program. You can read all about my residency on my project page. My goal is to raise $2000 and today I got toContinue Reading

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Mila Bowman

Mila Bowman

Artist & Blogger at encouragecreative.com

The systems approach helps me feel like I have so much more control over my ever-evolving flow of ideas and projects. I’m feeling vastly more confident in taking on a new project I have in the works, and in growing my creative business. It’s like my left brain and right brain just high-fived each other! This is exactly what I needed. You rock!
Rachél Payne

Rachél Payne

Life Coach at creativitytribe.com

I have the job of a lifetime, using my creativity to help others connect with theirs. But there is one thing I don't love about my business, getting caught up in the technical processes it requires. Jess Greene’s Creative Ease classes have been a lifesaver. They have broadened what I knew was possible and helped me get unstuck in several areas. But what is best, her online class is easy to take, which is perfect for a Creative Spirit like me.
Qaadira Allen

Qaadira Allen

Artist & Educator at centerfortransformativeart.com

Jess Greene is a very knowledgeable and generous teacher. She breaks complex techie processes down into simple steps and does her best to tailor her teaching to accommodate the specific needs of participants. Jess made sure we got the basics, but went even further by showing how to get more functionality from the online resources that I’m already using. Definitely good stuff!
Jenny Chatterton

Jenny Chatterton

Creative Explorer at Honor Your Journey

Thank you for the classes I took a couple of weeks ago. My Google calendar has become my friend and...I decided to begin with the Google Tasks. Using that and the calendar have at the very least DOUBLED my productivity. Had to thank you for getting me out of the overwhelm and into my creativity!
Lisa Hofmann

Lisa Hofmann

Dream Catcher at innerglowselfcare.blogspot.com

I have EMBRACED my google calendar and am loving it. Don't know why I resisted so long. And Evernote has been a help to have those "memory nets" in place to hold onto the chaotic content of my mind. Thank you so much for your suggestions and guidance. It helps knowing these structures exist to help me contain everything!
Marilyn LoRusso

Marilyn LoRusso

Creative Visionary at visionart-studio.blogspot.com

Jess Greene is a wonderful instructor. She is extremely knowledgeable, organized and patient. I thoroughly enjoyed the class...I would definitely take another class with Jess Greene.