Oh - but you don't have a regular, ongoing creative practice?

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Um, I have just one thing to say about that.

I know something very important about you. 

You are called to create.  

There's a little voice inside that calls. Otherwise, your heart wouldn't sing a little when you create (or maybe when you just think about creating). And neither I or the studio would have caught your attention.

So maybe you don't have a creative practice yet.

A lot of people come to the studio and they tell me they don't have time for their creativity. Often, sometimes in the same breath, people will tell me that I'm lucky. I don't have a J.O.B. that sucks my time away from art-making. Therefore, the implication is clear, I have time and they don't.

Uh uh. Nada. No way!

Yes, it's true that if you your work does not include art-making (like most people), you have fewer hours outside of work for your creative practice.  

But the real truth is that you do have some time every week—even every day—for art-making...

You're just doing something else.

I guess I'm the one waving a little flag for your soul:

WHATEVER else you're doing instead, your creativity is ALSO important...figure this out (I'll help you)...we really don't have time to waste.