Stay True to Yourself

We’re all looking for more – more connections, more love, more understanding. And to laugh along the way.  I’m the author of several book including Narican: The Cloaked Deception, a science fiction piece about the evolution of souls, and my most recent, Love in a Dying Town is a story about a single father raisingContinue reading “Stay True to Yourself”

Creativity Above All Else

British comedian, improviser, storyteller, actor, writer, musician as featured on Australia’s ABC and the UK’s BBC. Living in Nijmegen, NL, where he moved from Brisbane, AU, Steven has toured and performed in famous comedy clubs and festivals around the world alongside acts such as Stephen Carlin, Damien Power and Greg Shapiro. Since moving to TheContinue reading “Creativity Above All Else”

The Power to Speak Naked

Sean Tyler Foley is an accomplished film and stage performer and has been acting in film and television since he was 6 years old after his father passed away suddenly in a motor vehicle accident. He has appeared in productions including Freddy Vs Jason, Door to Door, Carrie, and the musical Ragtime. Tyler is passionateContinue reading “The Power to Speak Naked”

Armenian Genocide, Chronic Fatigue, and Creativity

Ashley Kalagian Blunt is the author of How to Be Australian, and My Name Is Revenge. Her writing has been published widely. An award-winning speaker, she has a Master of Research in creative writing. Originally from Canada, she lived and worked in South Korea, Mexico and Peru before moving to Sydney, Australia. She lives withContinue reading “Armenian Genocide, Chronic Fatigue, and Creativity”

Little Steps to Creativity

Gina Clark is an artist, writer, and certified Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach who believes everyone — even the most logical people — can be creative with just a few small tweaks. Kaizen-Muse uses small steps, mindfulness, and intuition to gradually build creative momentum without overwhelm. Gina is the founder of Gina Clark Creative, an online communityContinue reading “Little Steps to Creativity”