Years ago, I was shaped by parents and grandparents who cared for their family, home and friends. They entertained, cooked, created, mended, learned, shared and inspired others.
The people that met us in our homes were diverse, interesting, active and intelligent. And I was inspired.
When mainstream messages turned away from "home-thinking" and gave way to the idea of a
dual-career family and work/family balance challenges, I listened and followed.
But in the pursuit of this newly-branded American dream, I was reminded of what is really important to me. I followed my dreams and opened an art gallery and creative arts education center. And though I still love art and creativity, I quickly realized that the format of the venture was way too limiting for my ideas. So I began to shape what is known today at the Artistic Lifestyling Company.
Through this company I am able to articulate my passions about living creatively. And more than ever I am enthusiastic about sharing my ideas about living wildly creative lives in nurturing spaces.
If these ideas resonate with you as well, I invite you to explore, share, and be inspired as we continue our journey back home.