Through the years, I’ve done The Artist’s Way study several times. The study is truly a commitment and it does take time but it’s so worth it. Every time I’ve finished the study, my response has been “Why didn’t I do this before now?”
BlogHer Book Club is reviewing My Artist’s Way Toolkit which is an online version of Julia Cameron’s book, The Artist’s Way. I thought the book was great but this online toolkit is amazing! The kit includes:
- A contract
- The Artist’s Date
- Artist’s Way Exercises
- Artist’s Way Creativity Pages
- Artist’s Way Creativity Notes
Online, there’s also creative soundbites and quotes . . so much inspiration!
All of the above are done online. The morning pages . . the dreaded morning pages . . are done by hand on paper. When I was first introduced to My Artist’s Way Toolkit, my first thought was that being able to do the morning pages online was a fantastic idea. Then I read that those must still be written.in.hand.on.paper! I grumbled but after doing the study for a few weeks, I see the benefit of hand writing those morning pages. No matter how much I dread doing them, they are so very beneficial.
If you have ever done The Artist’s Way and are feeling the need to rejuvenate your creativity, or if you’ve never done the study, I cannot say enough good about it and how much it helps me.
I was compensated for this BlogHer Book Club review but all opinions expressed are my own. I have loved this study for many years and hope you will love it too!