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Artist, blogger and tea drinker (not necessarily in that order) who likes to keep things simple.
In which Michael celebrates the 500th episode of One Thing Today with the help of his good friends, Milo McLaughlin and Fabian Kruse.
In which Michael records a Saturday episode of the podcast and talks about putting energy in our energy banks before we need it.
Find out more about the Drawing Our Lives course: http://www.sustainablycreative.com/dol
In which Michael drinks in the aroma of his chocolaty smelling tea and talks about the importance of maintaining a manageable pace even if that can sometimes mean not reaching our goals quite when we hope.
In which Michael encourages everyone to plan to take a complete day off one day very soon and talks about how good it is to be able to anticipate a day without any obligations in it whatsoever.
In which Michael is delighted to have found a box of chocolate tea in his tea cupboard and talks a little about Jen Lee’s book, The Care and Keeping of Creative Souls: A Manual.
In which Michael encourages you to pick something special to aim for this month and announces his own Awesome April project!
In which Michael talks about the importance of micro-celebrating and encourages you to declare a “micro-celebration cup”.
In which Michael plans a quiet day to put some energy in the bank to help with what looks like will be a challenging week and announces the winner of the 400th OTT competition.
Have you won a copy of Drawing Your Life?
In which Michael announces a competition to win a prepublication signed copy of his new book, Drawing Your Life.
Find out more at http://www.sustainablycreative.com/ott-400
In which Michael asks if you’re getting any better at accepting help (and wonders if he is too).
If you'd like to help spread the word about the video mentioned in today's episode, you can find it at http://www.sustainablycreative.com/countingdown
A photographic artist - first love is Polaroid - now exploring the next wave via "Impossible" film . But happy to add digital magic into the mix.
minimalist / writer / creative / nomad
The Aldrich is a non-collecting contemporary art museum in the United States.
Blogger, doodler, and trickster on a road trip to happiness. / Blogueuse, barbouilleuse et blagueuse en cavale!
Film Director, Rapper, Alchemist, Sword Swallower and Spy
Artist, citizen at large, casual observer and bibliophile on a budget, a very, very tiny budget.
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