This and that, bits and pieces

bits and pieces

Here are some links I found this weekend as I was browsing the web. Time to read about writing and journalism, knitting, mixed media art, art journaling and more!

Art Every Day Challenge with Leah Piken – download the mp3 interview with inspirational Leah!

Making your own journal saves you money – link to more links on book making at A Creative journal.

How to find art supplies at thrift stores – article by Zura at Creative Clown!

Journal pages in black and white – tutorial by Zom

Ten habits of highly paid freelance writers – it always sounds so easy…

Mittens in silk alpaca yarn – I’m considering knitting these but I’m not sure… I have two skeins of pink and one of snot green… what do you think? Maybe I should try looking for another pattern and make the mittens with stripes instead… Also found Aili’s Mittens via Ravelry, they are sure pretty too… Did you know I hate looking for knitting patterns? It’s so time consuming and difficult.

How To Start Your Freelance Writing Business: Honing Your Craft – I’m dreaming of my writing life to start, but the only one to start it is me… gah!

NaNo for the New and the Insane – a free e-book to read before next month [found via juiced on writing]. I will not have the time to read it, so let me know if you do!

The Psychology Of Effortless Writing – article in the Artella Daily Muse online. Edit: This site does not have an RSS-feed, archive or permanent links as far as I can see (linking to a special article does not work when new material is published). Sorry.

Dyptichs – a flickr pool I just joined, because two makes it more fun!

Collage images & more freebies – images to download and print from Susan!

Have a nice week my dear friends!

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7 Responses to This and that, bits and pieces

  1. Great resources thanks for sharing all those. I am going to try and read the nano book.

    Kate

  2. Chris says:

    Wow. Do I LOVE these links! You always find neato stuff. Have you committed to doing the NaNo this year? I’m not sure…

    I rarely have lots of photos at my blog, but when I was uploading them I thought of you, because they actually turned out pretty well, and they are really colorful. Your photos are alway luscious and colorful. Anyway, check them out if you wish.

    Have a lovely week!

  3. Isolda says:

    Du har verkligen inspirerat mig med din blogg! :D tack f?r att du v?ckt min konstn?rliga sida.

  4. Zom says:

    Awesome links. (tee hee).

  5. celia says:

    Thank so much for the links! Great!

  6. Thanks for the NaNo link! I’ll be writing for the first time this year, and I’m sure it will be a great help! Good luck with your novel as well. I wish I could write in Swedish AND English like you do. My family all came from Sweden one hundred years ago, but my grandparents decided not to teach their children Swedish because they wanted them to be “more” American. Very silly, and now Swedish-Minnesotans think of Sweden in terms of lutefisk at Christmas and wooden horses.

  7. I have just finished actually reading the NaNo book and it was great! I love her idea about phase outlines and the part about setting writing goals by writing down the next four things that will happen to the character/plot. Intend to try the “dice” game for not-quite-random plot developments as well. This will really be helpful come November 1st.

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