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I am on a journey.

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The Blur. The Rush.

Traveling always seems to allow time to play tricks on me. These last couple weeks here in the Northwest have really flown by. They kind of feel like a blur. We did a lot of relaxing and exploring, but also a lot of working. I am talking about Seek Your Course wherever I go becauseContinue Reading

Night Driving

I worked in a coffee shop this afternoon getting some Seek Your Course blog posts written. But given that it is January in New England I drove home in the dark at around 6 pm. Call it cheesy, call it crazy but on the way home – driving in the dark – I was thinkingContinue Reading

2011

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

Europe: Getting to Scotland (Impostor?)

the tiny regional plane we took from Dublin to Glasgow…with a propeller! I’m experiencing a sort of low-point in the trip. Perhaps it is all the rain of Ireland and Scotland. Perhaps it is just the up and down cycle I always seem to be on. But I just kind of feel like an impostor.Continue Reading

I quit my day job.

I couple days ago I thought this post would be of a different flavor. I thought I would be screaming from the rooftops, “I QUIT!” I thought I would be jumping for joy. I thought I would be writing a post about how I never wanted to go “back to school” again. But instead I feelContinue Reading

Travels Part 4: EncaustiCamp and Back to Portland

The hummingbird I rescued…a truly magical moment.

EncaustiCamp has ended and I am now back in Portland staying with friends. It was a fantastic art retreat. I learned so much and have so many new ideas. A big part of me just wants to go straight home and paint…but I have more exploring to do before then! I am in Portland for a couple more days and then onto Colorado. Excited to see the studios of two artist friends in the next two days. More on that later.

I posted about EncaustiCamp over on the SYC Blog, but I wanted to share a little more here about what I did there and what I did today.

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Travels Part 3: Arrive at EncaustiCamp

a painting I did today in Judy’s class I arrived at EncaustiCamp last night after my lovely tour of the state. I posted a lot more about the retreat itself on the Seek Your Course blog. Inspiration in Portland EncaustiCamp is in wine country…so pretty On a personal note, I am really enjoying myself andContinue Reading

Birthing a Website

  Most of my friends are having babies. Two in the last month. I have been surrounded by birthing stories, sleep-deprived women, cute little lives, and much joy along with a good dose of anxiety.     In no way do I wish to diminish their labor, struggles, and sleep-deprived zombie-like states, but I do kind ofContinue Reading

Light and Hope

I figured after my last post I should focus on something a little more positive. And I have plenty to be postive about right now! My big project for the last few months has been to create an online application called Seek Your Course. I have been working with some lovely people to get itContinue Reading

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Client Testimonials

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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.