Episode 12 is all about the early stages of entrepreneurship from a Muse and the Catalyst perspective. We talk about following your curiosities and experimenting with different ways of making money to discover what lights you up. We also go into what to do once you get to that point and how to nurture your growing business.Read More›
In this mini episode, Aaron shares how we can experience well-being in our lives and that it’s easier than you might think! This episode is perfect for anyone who feels like they have to do something first in order to achieve well-being… like go to yoga, meditate, exercise, make money, etc.Read More›
This is a mini solo podcast episode, where I share the inspiration behind my business, The Art Pantry. I talk about why I view kids’ art spaces as workshops and what kids learn in them that goes way beyond art. I also share about my online course, Design Camp, and have a free download for you with art prompts for kids that are based on the skills I discuss in this episode.Read More›
The other day I was going through photos of our art space over the years and it hit me how much my girls have learned from having a dedicated art space in our home.
I always say that having an art space is about so much more than just having a place to do art. But I realized that maybe I take this for granted and maybe other people don’t know what happens in an art space over time.Read More›
We recently returned from a trip to Sun Valley, Idaho to visit friends and experience the total solar eclipse. We weren’t expecting what happened in that moment and it was something that we’ll never forget.
In episode 9 of Muse and the Catalyst, Aaron and I try to share this experience as best we can and talk about how sometimes things just line up perfectly. We also give tips on how you can allow for more of this serendipity in your own life and share a few magical stories of when things lined up perfectly in our past. We hope this episode is helpful to you and inspires you to be open to the magic of the universe.Read More›