Switching Gears

Lately, I haven’t had much time for creative play…

And when I do, I seem to have difficulty switching gears in my brain from work to art!

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I really liked this quote from Audrey Hepburn; when life feels overwhelming or impossible, I need to switch gears in my thinking…

How about you, how do you get past the impossible to the I’m possible?

Cheers!  🙂

22 responses to “Switching Gears

  1. Love that quote! Love your heart! And I totally get the challenge of the balance.

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  2. Glenmar Fullmer

    Thanks Jill for reminding us that impossible is “I’m possible”. Love you😘

    On Thu, Apr 26, 2018 at 3:05 AM Jill’s Art Journal wrote:

    > Jill Kuhn posted: “Lately, I haven’t had much time for creative play… > And when I do, I seem to have difficulty switching gears in my brain from > work to art! I really liked this quote from Audrey Hepburn; when life feels > overwhelming or impossible, I need to switch gea” >

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  3. I love that quote! I just have to get stuck in. It depends what it is for how long it takes me to realise that!

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  4. The good thing is our creative thinking doesn’t go away, it’s waiting quietly for our body to rest. I love what you posted Jill, xxoo

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  5. I understand what you mean – I have trouble switching from “work mode” to “creative mode” too… ! I need to rest a bit first then I can start thinking about my art work… !

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  6. I’m possible! Switching gears is the tricky part. Having enough time to relax change gears and let the creative juices flow. ❤❤

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  7. Wow, this is really great! Love your painting and the quote, so fun! 😊💕

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  8. Those walls do push back at us…but I know your good nature gets you through. I tend to head off into a different direction. (K)

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