What It Means to Be “Creative” for 30 Days | October 2016 Creative Sprint

I’ve always considered myself a pretty creative person. In grade school I considered creativity my best asset. Parents, friends, teachers were in awe of the creative ideas or projects I would come up with and praise me for my unique way of thinking.  And today, while I still work hard to produce lots of creative... Continue Reading →

“Whose Wife Are You?:” The Problem of Being Artistic in a Traditionally Professional World

So I have a new job which means I have new coworkers. And it also means getting to know said coworkers.  I have the interesting situation now of being extremely diverse in skill set and professional interests in comparison to my coworkers.  In the past, I was surrounded by a small core group of other... Continue Reading →

Starting a New Job, Starting a New Life

Changing my life has been a big theme in 2016. Well...I feel like it was a theme in 2015 too, but a somewhat failed one. Or at least, it’s just taken me a lot longer to change the general circumstances of my life than I anticipated. Do you ever get frustrated feeling like the rest... Continue Reading →

Imagining Happenings: An Introduction

Welcome to Kaitlyn’s brain! Grab some pop, sit back, and enjoy the show! I have loved the idea of imagination for as long as I can remember. How the human mind can dream up the most fantastical things in just a few moments. And although I’ve grown older and witnessed the withering of imagination from... Continue Reading →

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