Category Archives: Creativity

Review: The Story of With by Allen Arnold

This review first appeared on ARHtistic License. In January, I attended a writers’ mini-conference given by Christian Writers of the West. The guest speaker was Allen Arnold, former fiction editor for Thomas Nelson. He spoke at length about inspiration and creativity … Continue reading

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10 Best Blogs for Beauty and Inspiration

I am so thankful for the readers of Doing Life Together. When we first started this blog in August of 2014, our goal was to share our lives with you, and possibly help you through difficult times with the benefit … Continue reading

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Creative Playground…by ARHuelsenbeck

One of my fondest childhood memories is of the hours I spent at the playground in the park near my New Jersey home in the 1950s. Two ancient swing sets stood in the shade of mature trees, their massive wooden seats fastened … Continue reading

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Arizona Fine Art Expo…by Andrea R Huelsenbeck

If you are in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area any time between now and April 3, 2016, be sure to visit the Arizona Fine Art Expo. In North Scottsdale on the west side of Scottsdale Road just south of Jomax, set … Continue reading

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A Bored Game

I know it sounds impossible, with all the cries of how busy everyone is and all the Facebook posts of how overwhelmed by life they are, but sometimes I hear someone say they are bored. I get it. It’s not … Continue reading

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In the Meme Time: Things to Do with Fruit

Originally posted on ARHtistic License:
Found on Facebook: He looks incredibly heroic, doesn’t he?

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