Landfill Harmonic

Video from KarmaTube I would like to share this inspiring video because it reminds me of the power of creativity and perception. Who would have thought that instruments could be created from castaway oilcans, pieces of discarded wood, spoons and buttons? Nicolas, a recycler with no previous experience making musical instruments, and living hand-to-mouth by…

Abandonment

Since every day we seem to be bombarded with more and more stress, Alex and I would like to share some simple tips, and stories in my new podcast series, ‘Did You Know?’ to help you keep your head screwed on straight in these challenging times and create a life that is supportive of your…

Yarn Artist

Video from KarmaTube In this charming short video Kelly Lim, shares how doing her artwork forced her to believe in herself and inspired her to make art that people could touch and connect deeply with. She wanted them to realize that art could take many forms. She also wanted her delightful installations to touch their…

Winter

Since every day we seem to be bombarded with more and more stress, Alex and I would like to share some simple tips, and stories in my new podcast series, ‘Did You Know?’ to help you keep your head screwed on straight in these challenging times and create a life that is supportive of your…

Happy

Video from KarmaTube I would like to share this uplifting video about happiness and positivity. During this time of great stress I feel it is important to have many ways to help ourselves remember what makes us happy and then do them. This is because our whole system works better when we are happy. Actually…

Imagine

Since every day we seem to be bombarded with more and more stress, Alex and I would like to share some simple tips, and stories in my new podcast series, ‘Did You Know?’ to help you keep your head screwed on straight in these challenging times and create a life that is supportive of your…

Snack

Video from KarmaTube I would like to share this delightful short animated video about an elderly lady waiting to board a train, because it illustrates quite graphically how an inaccurate belief can alter a person’s perceptions and subsequently create an undesired outcome. I would also like to invite you to explore some of the ICWIB! art activities…