My blogging life is full of wants: I want to be a more confident, stronger writer. I want to sit down at the computer and have the words flow effortlessly. I want to be more creative. So I was all over the sign up for Julia Cameron’s The Artist Way.
The toolkit has been described as
My Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron has motivated millions of aspiring and professional artists around the world to discover and recover their creative selves. Now some of the most powerful practices from The Artist’s Way have been adapted to create My Artist’s Way Toolkit, an interactive experience that will allow you to:· UNBLOCK yourself with powerful Artist’s Way exercises
· TRACE your creative process in your own personal Artist’s Way Creativity Notebook
· RECEIVE Daily Inspirations, Affirmations, and Artist’s Date ideas from Julia
Using my PC, I enjoyed the process more. Even though I feel that I am not a strong typist, I felt free to type without worry of hitting the wrong key or being interrupted by a call.
All in all while I enjoyed using the toolkit, I don’t think it’s something I would keep up with. Despite allowing myself to write when I wanted, I still felt the pressure perform and resented the feeling. The hard copy I was able to use allowed me the delight of a print book and the satisfaction of using my notebook without the pressure of digital journaling.
r’s note: Disclosure: I was compensated for this BlogHer Book Club review but all opinions expressed are my own.