Hi Friends, Today's post in the advice to young creatives series will be a mini post. Something seemingly simple that we all need to be reminded of at one time or another: Write it down. Via email if possible. You may be reading this wondering....what are you even referring to? What is IT? Write WHAT … Continue reading Advice to Young Creatives Series Mini Post: Write it down (electronically).
Hey Friends, As you may have seen last week, I'm working on a series of posts dedicated to young creatives. There are so many things I wish I had been told as a young creative (and so many things I was told that weren't helpful). Today I wanted to talk about the feeling I had … Continue reading Advice to Young Creatives Series: Your goals can and probably should change.
For the past few years I've released a totally 100% free downloadable PDF calendar featuring original art. I hope you enjoy this year's calendar! Click here to begin your PDF download Dear Friends, To say it has been a year would be an understatement. This has been one of the hardest years I can remember, … Continue reading 2021 Free Downloadable Calendar
For the time being, instead of selling my artwork, I'm sending it to folks in exchange for direct donations to organizations. Below are the organizations that if you donate to, I am happy to mail you artwork. How does it work? DM me on Instagram or email me at vegassober (at) gmail and let me … Continue reading Art for Good
Hey Friends, Wherever you are, I hope this post finds you safe. I think we can all agree the past seven weeks have been full of ups, downs, highs, lows, tears, concern, hope, reflection, gratitude, fear, and everything in between. I made the above mixed media collage "grieve this" as a response to the intense … Continue reading Online Resources & Permission to Feel However You Are Feeling
Hey friends! A short post today, but I wanted to share some of the artwork I've been working on recently. As always, thanks for stopping by and hope you are out there making your own work and sharing with the world!
Hey friends, I've been wanting to put together a round up of all of the awesome local coverage that folks leading a sober, non-drinking, or recovery based lifestyle in Las Vegas have been getting. I love that what started as a grassroots movement has grown into a national conversation and that news outlets are taking … Continue reading Sobriety in the news Round Up
Hi friends, I know it's been a little quiet on the Sober in Vegas front, but I wanted to share the latest project I've been working on: the totally 100% free downloadable Sober in Vegas 2020 calendar. You can download the calendar by clicking here. You can choose to either use the PDF digitally or … Continue reading The 2020 Free Downloadable Sober in Vegas Calendar
Hey Friends, With starting a new job (yay!) and adjusting to a new work schedule, I haven't had as much time as I used to have for writing...boo...but I know once I get settled in I'll find a balance to check in here more. I have still continued to do a weekly roundup via Instastories … Continue reading Your Guide to #SoberOctober in Vegas
So.... I know it's been a little while since I've written. Both my husband and I have been undergoing job transitions, I had a bit of a back pedal with some depression related issues, I lost my grammy, my daughter has transitioned from baby to toddler, and the general oppression of summer have left me … Continue reading Sobriety in Vegas: KNPR’s State of Nevada discussion
We're quickly approaching the change of seasons here in Vegas, transitioning from the three nice weeks of dreamy Spring weather to the soul crushing hot hot summer scorch. While I prefer the fall and winter weather here, there are a number of ways I've found over the years to really enjoy the triple digit summers: … Continue reading Your Best Vegas Summer EVER, or, How Not to Melt in the 120 Degree Heat
Recently I had the chance to be a guest on the Sustainable Minimalist Podcast and talk with the host Stephanie a little bit about how sobriety was my gateway to simplifying my belongings and my mental load. As I've mentioned before, Cait Flanders has been a big inspiration for me. I remember I found her … Continue reading Less is best