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Why Vision Comes First in Collaboration

One of the advantages of marrying a creative person is that they draw out your own sense of creativity. Before I married Rob I knew I liked to work with words, I enjoyed writing, speaking and I kept journals, but I didn’t describe myself as a creative person. But living in close quarters with a
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Stop Rest Listen

I was scrolling through my Facebook feed the other day when I should really have been doing other more productive things, when a post caught my attention. My friend Joel, a worship leader and talented musician has just launched a new website intriguingly called Stop Rest Listen. This struck a chord. A lot of people
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Christmas Thoughts

I was watching our Church’s Nativity service last week and it got me thinking about Mary. I wonder how she felt when they finally found that last scrap of available space in the overcrowded Bethlehem? Was she exhausted from the journey; tired and worn out? Did her heart sink when she realised that a manger
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The Pinstorsity Pay it Forward November Challenge

Our friends over at Pintrosity have launched a challenge that we think all of our creative readers and Pinterest lovers out there should know about. Pinstrosity have launched a challenge where each month they ask their readers to put pins to the test all around a certain theme. Last month the theme was ‘pumpkin’ and
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My Biggest Creativity Killer

I’ve finally booked some time away next week to do two things: rest, and write some music. About bloomin’ time!! … So I’ve been thinking about creativity this past week, and just wanted to share ONE thing I know killed it for me many times in the past. What I love about being creative is
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From Cracked Pots to Blossoms

One night, at a prayer meeting, someone told a story about an old woman who walked to a well every day to fetch water. On her shoulders she carried two buckets. One of them was perfect, but the other was cracked and leaked. Each day she plodded to and fro, but it never got any
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A Little Space

I love a bargain, better still a freebie and that’s how I view seeds. Sometimes, whilst walking past a beautiful garden and spotting a seed on the pavement I’ll pick it up and try to grow the plant I’ve just admired. And yes, I do apologise, I am that woman who erratically brings the pedestrian
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