This is the very first one.Hoorah!
www.joantrinhpham.com was born February 15, 2013.
Lots has happened since then and it continues to unfold in exciting ways. Here are some highlights:
- Simultaneous learning about social media & becoming an entrepreneur. Read Paul Jarvis' awesome resource How to be Awesome at Online Business
- Related to the above behind-the-scenes doodle schemas = I am goal-setting, conspiring and most importantly, desire mapping my aspirations of using my arty gifts to be an innovative, creative change-maker in the field of death and dying in culture, art and academia :)
Now that I have learned how to use mailchimp,
I will publish a Monthly Digest of Awesome each month at mid-month. It will contain:
3 key highlights
related to work I am doing in the come alive / die awesome (celebrate!) field
my most favorite illuminated doodle of the month
Here's my favorite doodle this month: Version 2.0 of Pope Francis Wisdom, shared here for you first :)
Cranial Sacral Therapy:
I'm a couple of months away from completing my Langara Collage Cranial Sacral Therapy program! Friends + family are welcome to come for a free 1-hour practice treatment session. I have created an information sheet so that you can learn more about this gentle holistic modality. To book an appointment, please click here!
a #365 Sharing Project on tumblr:
Here is my next scary project: share my doodles + go public as an Art Ninja. As of March 20, 2013 I'm pledging to a year of doodling and sharing! It is actually a super delightful practice - it guarantees that I play with doodles and share them! Amazing. I will look into making prints to gift and sell as well :)
I created this blog for the purpose of sharing creative work related to death & dying. I hope that it will inspire resonant reflections and honest, courageous conversations about experiences related to death and dying. I'm having so much fun with it and finding bits to share from all areas (music, poetry, graffiti, art, photography etc!). I'd be delighted if you had a look and shared - here's where contributions & collaborations are most excitedly and joyfully welcome!