“Being patient, forgiving, and methodical set me free.” How I did it: I visualized what I wanted my ideal space to be like. I started sharing my goal with others. I gave away or sold things that I found distracting. Lessons & tips: Take the risk to give / sell the things that take your […]
Artists and whales sift and process…having the sense and experience to follow others, when appropriate, to capture sustenance…other times they seek a solo journey of thousands of miles…alone.
Jumping into art full time is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made, I feel completely activated and alive. I knew from the outset that peril and fun are close bedfellows, and that the battle to make this choice work would be a war won with discipline, fortitude, and networking. The most significant skill […]
So I’ve been reading some books about how to become less dependent on objects, and more dependent on life and relationships…Specifically The Artist’s Way and Let Go Of Clutter and I think the Internet holds the key to a clutter free lifestyle. Things that have helped clear my life and open my time. Blogging: WordPress […]
I found these from my last semester at Cornell University when I was taking 29 credits and applying to grad school. I really had to prioritize, (the first time in my life since the 6th grade that I didn’t have track practice every day) hence my thesis show was named PRIORITIES. I’ve notated the results […]
I have been moving forward with my show installation bit by bit, and have been working on being diligent with my time while still having time to decompress and relax. Thank you for respecting my need to focus on myself a bit during this potentially stressful period. I have keeping an old Chinese saying in […]
Pete_Ipp.jpg Originally uploaded by hypermodern Leap into GTD. “The people who take to GTD are the most organized people,” David Allen says, “But they self-assess as the least organized, because they are well-enough organized to know that they are fucking up.”