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4 Friendsgiving Floral Tips

BloomNation | Posted 01.04.2015 | HuffPost Home

You've checked out recipes on Pinterest, made a list of games you'll play with your friends, and settled on a dinnerware set that is casually cool like the holiday itself. But what about the table centerpieces?

Rock 'n Roll 'n Tech Innovation

Sylvie Leotin | Posted 12.10.2012 | Arts
Sylvie Leotin

Last week, Silicon Valley Voice took to the stage of the legendary Fillmore concert venue in San Francisco. It was an extravaganza show reminiscent of...

The Hamlisch Rule

Charity Sunshine Tillemann Dick | Posted 10.07.2012 | Arts
Charity Sunshine Tillemann Dick

Even though I hadn't seen Marvin for half a decade, he taught me the most important lessons an artist can learn: Give people what they want in a way you want to give it to them when they want it and don't spend forever making it "perfect."

20 Ways To Help You Create From Your Soul

Dr. Cara Barker | Posted 08.20.2012 | Healthy Living
Dr. Cara Barker

We are here to create. But we cannot create from the soul of who we are unless we cultivate an awe and faith in something larger and more powerful than our contempt for our own imperfect self-expression and our fear of ridicule.

Getting the Creative Groove Back

Patricia Crisafulli | Posted 04.04.2012 | Fifty
Patricia Crisafulli

Face it, there are times when we all feel about as creative as turnip.

Four Tips For Getting Constructive Feedback

Patricia Crisafulli | Posted 02.12.2012 | Fifty
Patricia Crisafulli

Creativity does not thrive in a vacuum. Eventually, what you have created in secret or composed on the sly wants to come out and be noticed. This is where things can get tricky, particularly if you are new to a creative pursuit. In these instances, soliciting feedback can be an emotionally difficult process rife with vulnerability and hurt feelings. Worse yet, there is the danger that you will turn a less than enthusiastic response into rejection of you.

The Artist And Monk Are One

Sister Joan Chittister, OSB | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Sister Joan Chittister, OSB

Basic to art are the very qualities demanded of the monk: single-mindedness, beauty, immersion, praise and creativity. The merger of one with the other makes for great art; the meaning of one for the other makes for great soul.

The "I" of the Beholder

Carrie Brillstein | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Carrie Brillstein

I had my first drawing lesson yesterday. I realized in order to put more than just vibrant colors on a canvas I needed to learn how to draw.

Living A Poetic Life

Tamsin Rothschild | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Tamsin Rothschild

Who would not want a little more poetry in their life? And I am not talking about drama, I am talking about poetry. And not necessarily Keats either.