Bio

 

Sharon Leah
St. Paul, MN
Creative. Painter. Reader. Blogger

I was eleven years old when I told my mom I wanted to paint the spruce tree I could see outside my bedroom window. She encouraged my interest by buying a small canvas, four tubes of paint (green, white, brown, and blue), and a brush. The painting itself wasn’t memorable, but the experience was. Painting is just one way I express my creativity.

Everyone creates everyday. We create through our thoughts, when our thoughts manifest into the things we do: paint a tree, plan a party, write a blog post or a book, cook a meal, clean house—you can see where I’m going with this. Being creative isn’t a trait reserved for artists and writers. You’re creating all the time.

I post when I feel inspired to share some thoughts or things I’ve done.

I adopted the Power Play idea from the field of coaching. Power Plays are strategies designed to encourage you to do create your best life. An “A” Power Play is my adaptation of an Abraham Hicks teaching.

I hope you enjoy my blog and will return often.