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What is the Future of Publishing?

August 25, 2016

Over the last decade, we have seen a phenomenal sea change in publishing of all sorts – books, music, newspapers, photography, movies, and more. The electronic and online options  and tools – e-books, websites, smart phones, digital cameras  - have exploded the old school paradigm and enabled us all to be creatives.  Go team! To [...]

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Meet My New Baby!

January 1, 2015

I am renewing my dedication to blogging here, and have also launched a new site.  VickieFlaugher.com  Please go visit it and tune in for more to come. 2015 is going to be fun, fun, fun!  

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Getting More by “Doing” Less

August 5, 2013

The creative process fascinates me. I enjoy the almost indescribable feeling I get when Source flows through me to deliver an inspired idea. Sometimes an idea is delivered complete and I can barely move my fingers across the keyboard or my pencil across my drawing pad fast enough to capture the download of it. Other [...]

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Do You Like the Contrast?

July 31, 2013

I am a big fan of Abraham-Hicks. I am also a firm believer in the power we all have to create our realities. Part of reality creation, and sometimes it seems a big part of creation, is contrast. You know contrast – those situations that are not what you want. It might be about how [...]

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Woman’s World Magazine Called…OMG!!

July 30, 2013

Yes, I am over the moon thrilled today. Through a series of very wonderful events, I was contacted by Woman’s World Magazine to be interviewed. The interview will be on newsstands the last week of September. Follow the path here for a moment, and take away whatever lessons you may from it. In January 2013, [...]

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Get in Sync When You Create

July 29, 2013

The life of an artist is glorious. Creating art and expressing yourself is the greatest honor. To dance with the Source of Life moving through you as you outwardly manifest inspiration is thrilling. Those moments when you capture the light from just the right angle in your photograph…those moments when the words on the page [...]

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I’m Free, I’m Free!

January 21, 2013

Well, my social media umbilical chord has been cut. I have deactivated my Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+ accounts. The first step is done. I am free to set sail! I feel lucky. I only caught small amounts of flack. Perhaps people were being politely silent, which is fine with me, but mostly, I got [...]

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Permission Requested, Permission Granted

January 21, 2013

Today, I pull the plug on my social media accounts. I am acutely aware of the dangers. I may be making the biggest mistake of my entire professional life. Subtle doubts are pushing on me to stay, to give in to the seductive pull of being hyper-connected. In my mind’s eye, I can see the [...]

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Who Do You Write For?

December 10, 2012

Every writer looks to find their voice and their message. They craft their words with a gentle hand, they walk around like a thesaurus waiting to explode in a creative burst of awesomeness, and they meditate on the perfect turn of phrase to capture their inner vision. Even setting aside the larger metaphysical discussion of [...]

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Life is Short – Just Say No (And Don’t Forget to Say YES too!)

June 12, 2012

This last week marked one year from the day my father passed away. It’s been the toughest year of my life. I’ve learned many profound and enlightening things about myself, my family, and my world. Of all the things I learned, though, one stands out. It’s the power of a perfectly placed “no.” Shedding the [...]

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