How I Re-Kindled My Design Creativity as a WAHM

By Heather Smith I began my journey as a work-at-home mom 4.5 years ago when my oldest son was born. As a designer I…

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Ana Mark, Game Artist, on Designing Games For and Inspired By Kids

Not tomorrow, not next Monday. Today! Ana is Game Artist and co-founder of Gametects. In the last 10 years she went from designing exterior…

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Alessandra Cave on Shooting with Soul and Being a Visual Effects (VFX) Producer

Now I am finally at peace with the fact that in order to be the best mom I can be, I also have to…

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Sunitha Kumar, Founder of Laughing Buddha Games Creates Games Inspired by Her Kids

Creative confidence and intellectual curiosity will get you anywhere you want to go. Sunitha Kumar Girish is the CEO and founder of Laughing Buddha…

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Angela Tsai on Her Creative Journey as a Designer, Actor, Reporter, and Now, Enterpreneur

I now know after having my kids that I need to work, and to do something not just creative, but my own creative projects.…

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Confessions of a Paper Hoarder

by Ruth Dawkins I’ve always been a paper hoarder. As a child, and even as a teenager, I’d spend all my pocket money on…

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Polka-Dots, Stripes and Glitter Everywhere: How I Learned to Let My Daughter Dress Herself

At my core, I am a perfectionist. More accurately, I compulsively control every aspect of my life to the best of my ability and…

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Jewelry Maker Margaux Lange on Re-Membering Barbie, Fondly

However polarizing she may be, I believe Barbie can be a source of creative empowerment. My experience with the doll was distinctly positive in this way.

Freelance Artist and Illustrator: Elizabeth Haidle on Creativity

“A lot of the beginning and middle can be intimidating. You are making something from nothing. It is up to you.” Elizabeth Haidle is…

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Movement Based Artist Felicia Ballos On Connecting To The World Through Dance

“What I love most about dancing is that this is us, it is our bodies and minds connecting to the rest of the world.”…

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