Taking up Creative Space: My Experience as a Guest on the Artists For Joy Podcast

Recently, I had the wonderful opportunity to be a guest on the Artists For Joy Podcast, hosted by the talented musician, writer, and podcast host, Merideth Hite Estevez.

As an avid listener of the show and a passionate artist myself, it was a joy for me to have this deep and soulful conversation about creativity, inspiration, and the pursuit of joy with Merideth, it allowed me to explore and share some of the deeper parts of my own creative journey, it is my hope that you hear something that sparks something deep in you to explore your own creative depths and yearnings. 

We discussed the importance of taking up space as artists, allowing our creativity to flourish without limitations. I shared some of my thoughts on embracing and activating creative intelligence and how we all have an unlimited potential that lies within.

I loved connecting with Merideth exchanging our personal experiences and stories, I felt we connected on a profound level, through our shared understanding of the transformative power of art and its ability to bring joy into our lives.

Embracing Joy Through Art: As the podcast name suggests, Artists For Joy is centered around finding joy through art. Merideth's genuine enthusiasm for the creative process and her unwavering belief in the transformative power of creativity is infectious. Our conversation allowed me to reflect on my own artistic practice and reminded me of the importance of prioritizing joy in my creative pursuits. 

My time as a guest on the Artists For Joy Podcast was nothing short of extraordinary. Engaging in a conversation with Merideth, a fellow artist and advocate for creative joy, allowed me to deepen my understanding of my own creative path. Her podcast is a testament to the power of creativity and the immense joy it can bring to our lives. I wholeheartedly encourage everyone to listen to the Artists for Joy podcast

May we all embrace our creative spirits and find joy in every stroke, stitch, or note as we create art that resonates with our souls.

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