Creating My Life Everyday

Israel 2 friendsI believe in the transformative power of creativity. I like the process of sharing thoughts & experiences because we learn so much from each other. I also like to work together with like-minded people to promote what is good, valuable and beneficial. That’s basically why I started this blog, to express and promote the beauty and goodness of life.

All photography, artwork and writing on this blog are copyright protected so please don’t repost or copy without written consent from the artist/author.

I’m currently (2017) working as the web content editor, blogger and social media consultant for a few websites. Regardless of what kind of work one does, life requires creativity (especially when raising a family). Life is a creative process, and we are the co-creators, writers and illustrators of our own story.

Blogging has also been my therapy

As I transition through stages of life that I was not prepared for; a chronic illness, loss, grief, aging, the empty nest, etc., staying creative helps me feel productive and appreciate life. Photography and writing are my primary creative outlets now, aside from RE-creating my own life. Creativity keeps things fresh, alive & moving forward.

me at beachI’ve been fighting with an autoimmune disease since 2003, and it can be unpredictable and painful. It has limited the type of work I can do so I’ve had to keep reinventing my income sources out of necessity. At the same time, I continually strive to improve my health on all fronts – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

A Long Story Short

I live in NH, sometimes with my husband who is often overseas. (2017 version, the story keeps changing.)  My forever faithful cat keeps me company, a nd my son’s guinea pig. My youngest graduated from college this year and didn’t move home. My oldest son lives about a half hour away and my daughter lives in Arizona. 

I’ve traveled a lot throughout my life, 22 countries and 3/4’s of the USA. I grew up in Florida and my 3 children were born in Florida. My husband is from Australia, so people often ask why we ended up living in NH. That’s a longer story. It’s not easy being an international family.

The world is a beautiful place

I believe in appreciating life and taking good care of it. I love the art, traditions, celebrations and clothing of different cultures. People have so much beauty and goodness to share with each other. That’s why I hate war & crime & anything that hurts people’s hearts. I strive to be a peacemaker and a catalyst for renewed hope in the goodness of life.


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    • Interesting that you made this comment now, because I have recently been wondering if I should redesign my blog. I made this about a year and a half ago so I was thinking it might be out of date already.


  1. Awesome mission statement — if everyone made a commitment to creating life each day, instead of just letting it happen, the world would be a much better place.

    This year I’ve been on a quest to discover and comment on a positive blog each day, while keeping a list on my own site for reference. I do believe this has helped a lot with creating my little piece of the world! I’ve added your blog as today’s entry. 🙂


  2. Hello there, I’d like to link to your post about Escher, but can’t seem to find it now (I may not be looking in the right place, and can’t find a search button. Let me know, and I’ll link accordingly. Thank you, and thanks for sharing your creativity 🙂


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