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Episode 7: Creative Habits (with guest Helen Fields)



What can you do to evolve your creativity? How do your practices fuel or sabotage your muse? In this episode of Emerging Form, we talk about creative habits—frequency, accountability, flexibility and more. We’ll cover Rosemerry’s four promises she makes for her daily practice, Christie’s philosophy on not taking yourself too seriously, a new approach for meeting a blank page, the underbellies of bugs and much more. At the end of the program, we invite science writer, artist, knitter and singer Helen Fields to join us in our game of two questions: 1) How do you prioritize time for your creative habit? And 2) When do you know it is time to evolve a habit—how do you know if it’s not serving you anymore?

Episode Notes

Christie’s blog posts on Last Word on Nothing

Article about Rosemerry’s Poem a Day Practice 

Helen Fields, Science Writer

Helen’s blog posts at Last Word on Nothing and sketches on Instagram

Cameron Walker interviews Helen about drawing

Helen’s sketch of Christie in the writer’s cone of shame