We’re All Artists

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Creativity in Disability

Monday, Oct 11th, 2021 - Creativity is everywhere and for a certain group of people, it’s not just a huge part of our regular lives but a vital part of our survival and chance to live life to the fullest. We call this forced creativity, because we, as disabled and chronically ill people, are forced to adapt by making creative choices and we cannot thrive without doing so.  Read More »

More Than Just Art

Saturday, Oct 9th, 2021 - Growing up I had a hard time speaking...I had speech impediments, such as fragmenting my sentences, stutters, and getting my words mixed up. I always chastised myself for it and asked myself over and over why I couldn’t speak “normally”; the way those around me did. Read More »

Writing Through It

Thursday, Oct 7th, 2021 - Creativity is a noun. A noun is a person, place, or thing. Creativity is a thing, not an adjective or a description. When researching the definition, as well as reading Nathan’s #MindOverMatter intro, something that really stuck with me was the word originality. Being original. Read More »

You Should Write a Book

Thursday, Sep 30th, 2021 - It was about ten years ago, when I was diagnosed with Bipolar II and major anxiety disorder, that I realized how powerful writing is for me, and how much of a creative outlet it is. Initially I used it to document ideas, work through issues, and let out anger in a productive way. Read More »


The Same Other Side

Thursday, Sep 23rd, 2021 - Some mornings I wake up anxious, thinking about the day ahead; work, chores, socials — aah! For this, I blame my mind. Yes, the star of the show, or perhaps the villain, my brain. Read More »

Creativity Creates Change

Monday, Sep 13th, 2021 - When I first learned about our new Create Change #MindOverMatter campaign, I was really excited about the notion of celebrating creativity but, perhaps like some of you, I was also a little intimidated. I’m not a professional artist like Nathan, Chyler and Angelo, all of whom use tremendous creativity in their work every day, so I wasn’t sure how meaningful my participation could really be. Read More »


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