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Episode 64: Finding Flow

Amy Podcast

~ a bit of continued discussion of “time” – but this week… a focus on “flow”
~ a thematic creative prompt: “flow”
~ a lesson on hatching (and shadows)
~ a kid drawing ruined
~ I start reading Kaleidoscope: Ideas And Projects to Spark Your Creativity
~ a funny vocabularly moment
~ a great, great kids’ book [I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More!]
~ and more… Plus, great podsafe music. (Length: 43 min )

Featured Podsafe Music:
Intro Clip: Jim Fidler ~ All I Really Wanted [PMN]
Monique Rhodes ~ Time to Break Things Down [PMN]
Jon Schmidt ~ Waterfall [PMN]
Great Big Sea ~ Something Beautiful [PMN]

Drawing with Children Kaleidoscope ain't gonna paint no more
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4 thoughts on “Episode 64: Finding Flow

  1. We love “Ain’t Gonna Paint”! I didn’t worry too much about life imitating art, but my mom’s dear friend decided that she won’t be sharing that particular book with her grandchildren….

  2. Amy,
    I am finally caught up with all the podcasts. I guess I am different than most, I find it easier to find my flow and be creative during the school year. Even with working full-time, it just seems easier when my daughter is in school. That may change as she gets older and involved in more activities and homework.
    Thank you for sharing yourself with us each week. You are inspiring me to not only be more creative but to also be more introspective.

  3. Great show, as usual. I really like your stories about what your boys say and do. They are such lovely kiddos, even though I don’t understand what the little one says he makes me smile! :-) take care of you and them!

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