I’m slowly beginning to see a way forward to growing my own creative practice again (and business, maybe?) and one thing that popped up for me recently and filled me with light was a couple of affiliate programs for bloggers/artists/creators I follow and want to support (making a little money is an added benefit, sure, but I won’t support what I don’t believe in. And I will always make a note when I’m including an affiliate link).
I’ve had this e-book for a while. I started it, stopped it, started again, had a baby, and now I’m ready to take another look at how I might grow my future creative biz. Kelly Rae’s words and ideas and art and heart speak so deeply to me, that possibilitarian attitude, that sense that I can do or be anything…that I hope you find joy and meaning in Flying Lessons too. Find it here. (psst – affiliate link! : )
Another heartfelt, heart-full publication I stumbled on not too long ago (via Instagram surfing, I believe), is The Phoenix Soul online magazine (psst – another affiliate link! : ). I found Amanda as the creator of Sprout Magazine and then watched her transformation to The Phoenix Soul – each month Amanda creates and curates the most beautiful gathering of truth and beauty, vulnerability and celebration; she even publishes photos from Instagram that catch her eye and speak to her heart (it’s so fun to see my photos in The Phoenix Soul!). I’m so very proud to be part of The Phoenix Soul affiliate program too. Care to buy an issue or subscribe? You won’t regret it.
My dear friend Linda doesn’t have an affiliate program but must be mentioned here as well. She’s a pranic healer, teacher, and really good soul – you can find her here.
My other dear friend Linda is an incredible encaustic artist, teacher, author and workshop-leader extraordinaire. Find her here (and take a class! buy her books!).
Now if my friend Nicole would open an Etsy shop for her awesome art, I’d include that too…
I have a total girl crush on fellow curly-girl sisters Lacy and Kayla. They cover heart, body, mind and soul like no one’s business, so check them out too. My Angel Reading with Kayla has been a recent turning point for my creative life when I thought it was gone for good (or at least until Forrest moved out of the house). Those two are just JOY.
I could go on and on. There’s a lot of junk out there on the web, a lot of sad and bad and mean and horrible, but there’s a lot of good too. Let’s all share the good.