As any artist, writer or creator knows, its hard to believe in yourself and imposter syndrome always looms large in the background. And while you struggle to fit into your new identity, not everyone will want to come along for the ride and cheer you on. And that's OK. We have to let these people … Continue reading The courage to find your tribe
If there is anything this Covid19 lockdown, shutdown, meltdown has shown us, it’s the importance of slowing down and appreciating the little things in life. By not being able to stray too far from home and with most people working from the kitchen table in their undies, we’ve been able to notice life can run … Continue reading The case for a 4 day work week
I thought we’d reached peak overwhelm during the bushfire disasters in January, but now that seems a distant memory compared to what’s going on now. I don’t need to compile a detailed list of all that’s currently happening - you know it, you’re living it. It’s in the aisles of the supermarkets, it’s in the … Continue reading Trying to find stable ground when everything is collapsing
I don't know about you, but I've been a little disappointed with the lack of fun and imaginative seasons greetings and Christmas cards out there. So being a writer and illustrator I'm in a perfect position to make my own! I wanted to come up with unique ideas that incorporated elements of my kids books … Continue reading Have you bought your Festive Season greeting cards yet?
I’d never heard of Generalised Anxiety Disorder until recently. I’d heard of all the other ones; social anxiety, separation anxiety, panic disorders and of course phobias, but generalised anxiety no… it just seemed a little too generalised! I didn’t have panic attacks and run out of shopping centres (Ok in hindsight maybe there was that … Continue reading Getting diagnosed with GAD and how it’s changing my life.
It's not often I'm lost for words. I mean I use them for a living. I do talks and workshops, I write books, articles and try and do facebook posts without any typos - I can't afford to be lost for words! However for the first time in my life I found myself looking like … Continue reading What happens when you meet your idol.
The following is the first chapter from award winning author Josh Langley's latest memoir / self help release Find Your Creative Mojo: How to overcome fear, procrastination and self-doubt to express your true self. Feel free to share with those who might need some extra motivation. Introduction Back in late 2010, I randomly started to … Continue reading First Chapter of Find Your Creative Mojo
Performance Artist Lauren Brincat had intended to film herself letting go of the 10 metre high board as part of a performance art piece …….however things didn’t go to plan. She couldn’t do it and backed out. Was she a failure? Or was the change of heart what made it a different work of art? … Continue reading How to turn failure into art
Festival director of the Margaret River Readers and Writers Festival has invited me to run a Find Your Creative Mojo workshop with Andy Macleod at this years festival. The Margs festival has been an old favourite of mine and Andy and I had such a great response when we ran the Find Your Creative Mojo … Continue reading Mojo Workshop part of the Biggest Writers Festival Outside of Perth
“I’m LOVING YOUR BOOK. I bought it just because I know how awesome you are but OMG I’ve definitely done myself a favour. I love how you write." – Joelene Lavrick from Life Lessons Australia:Emotional Fitness & Mind Management "Really appreciated complete lack of pretension, and the absence of patronising language. Overall the book really … Continue reading Praise for Find Your Creative Mojo