The Month Of Elul: A Time For Apologies

Read more about Rosh HaShanah at TheArtistJournal.ca!

I thought long and hard about everyone I’ve wronged and could have treated better, only to realize the biggest apology I need to make is to Myself…

Read The 5 Secrets I Can Share From My First Year Of Blogging To Improve The Way You Approach Obstacles

We’ve turned 1! Another year older, another year wiser… I wanted to celebrate with you by sharing the 5 most important lessons I’ve learned from my first year of blogging.
It’s hard to believe The Artist Journal is already a full year old. I’m so proud of the milestones met through the blog this past year…

How Artists Can Use Their Art To Improve Their Self-Care Routine

To bring back balance to my days, I’ve been making an effort to incorporate my creativity in my self-care routine.
Winter can be a difficult time of year for everyone — whether it be loneliness or stress . Some extra self-care during your daily life will help you enjoy more happy moments.

How To Keep Working On Your Art When You’re Burnt-Out

Winter is known to worsen our mental health (or “steal your spoons”, as I like to say) — between the pressure of holidays and the physical stress of the cold, it’s easy to lose track of ourselves. That’s why I want to talk about prioritizing self-care and self-compassion this time of year.