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Are you ready to be brilliant?

When I read this book, I couldn’t help but wanting to share it! This is a brief summary. However, you can click HERE and download the whole e-book, and  do the workshop!. I hope it inspires you as much as it inspired me.

      By Tara Sophia Mohr



1.Make a pact. No one else is going to build the life you want for you. Make a pact to be in it with yourself for the long haul, as your own supportive friend at every step along the way.

 2.  Imagine it. Start envisioning it. That’s the beginning of having it.

3. Gasp. Start doing things that make you gasp and get the adrenaline flowing.

4. Get a thick skin. Work on letting go of needing to be liked and needing to be universally known as “a nice person.”



5. Be an arrogant idiot. You know those guys around the office who share their opinions without thinking, who rally everyone around their big (often unformed) ideas? Be more like them. You can afford to move a few inches in that direction.

6. Question the voice that says, “I’m not r…

HAUTE HANDBAG MAGAZINE Autumn 2012

A letter came from the Haute Handbag Magazine: Congratulations! You’ve been published in…. HAUTE HANDBAGS.
I am amazed, grateful, humble, happy… seriously, I have absolutely no idea where is my life leading towards in terms of career or job.However, all I certainly know, is that hopefully one day I would be 70 years old with my hands still full acrylic paint and needle pinches on my fingers, and would hold this magazine close to my heart feeling grateful for this journey… 





Hand Painted HandBags

I had this idea of altering the fabric for a clutch, but I did not want to use dyes for environmental reasons and plus I always do my best to use the materials that I already have. So I played with fabric paint! Besides leaving sparkles of paint all over the floor, the task was fun; and even though I kind of liked the result, I think experimenting with new tools to make more interesting sparkles patterns would be my next project.