Letters About Mental Health
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On creative bereavement and new beginnings - plus some important announcements about this newsletter.
Trusting that something is interesting simply because you find it interesting…a radical act of self-love.
A new year is a perfect time to start a new daily sketchbook habit. Here’s some more advice on how to make it work.
Some thoughts on creativity and work, plus an important announcement about the future of this newsletter.
Some advice for artists who feel they should be more productive this year
A joyful moment with sweat on my brow, my blistered hands caked in thick dirt, interacting with the earth in a meaningful way.
Some quiet thoughts in the wake of George Floyd’s murder and all that has followed.
As the lockdown continues, I’ve been thinking about what things from this period of self-isolation I want to keep.
The world locks down, we are left with little choice but to sit alone with our pain. Some thoughts on grief.
Some thoughts from the first days of lockdown - should you be making art out of all this chaos? Don’t feel guilty if you can’t.
I don’t know about you, but I feel insignificant in the face of extraordinary events.
A crucial distinction for all artists - you don’t think in order to draw, you draw in order to think.
My life has a lot of endings in it right now. Some reflections on the passing of Kobe Bryant.
How I lost my way and some advice for creative folk in their 30s.
Are you feeling creatively blocked? You might be thinking about your ideas all wrong.
I’ve been feeling depressed lately and I wonder if it’s connected to how much time I make for myself to create.