THE TOPIC IS:
Dealing with Your Inner Critic
You may want to really let your Inner Critic know that it is not welcome here. In that case, I suggest cutting one of your backgrounds out of your journal (or just using a separate sheet of heavy paper, watercolor or cardboard are great for this) and do your Inner Critic journal page on that. Then at the beginning of every session you can put it out in the hall. Give your Inner Critic a time out! You can even make it a ritual for your art journaling practice. Believe me, the Inner Critic is LOUD when we get creative, and I want you to have as much space for this work as possible.
Don't let your Inner Critic take up your valuable creative space!
When you're done with some collage pages or your Inner Critic page, please takes some photos and upload them on our Facebook group page!
In our next lesson we'll dive into the topic of what to do when you get stuck.
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