candy colored studio podcast episode #24: feeling successful in your creative business at 85% (less stress and more joy)
candy colored studio podcast episode #23: laura + kristin of "the progress project": their podcast and course & tips on how to change one thing in your life
candy colored studio podcast episode #22 - our secondary infertility journey, also: 15 years learning, serving & sacrificing together
episode #22, the 22nd of may: our 15th anniversary...details of how we met and a peek into our journey with secondary infertility: the darkness, how we survived, and later learned to thrive while experiencing hard things...together.
marriage/relationships/partnership, it's never easy. it entails so much hard work and sacrifice. soo much unselfishness, trust, and a great deal of listening...we're still figuring it out, lol!
candy colored studio podcast episode #19 - why i create: stories of abuse & the desire to create safe places for others; sweetness amidst the dark & hard
i speak candidly, and in a very raw way about some of the abusive things that i have experienced in life, how these hard things have shaped my outlook and desire to make places of safety for my family, loved ones, friends, and collectors. i also speak about my lifelong quest and desire to embrace the good, the beautiful, and the divine.
95th spring salon at springville museum of fine art, katrina's piece "le premier bonheur du temps" participating
podcast episode 7: Julie Olson, author & illustrator & katrina berg, talk all about agents, book conferences, perseverance & instagram tips
Julie Olson, author & illustrator of children's books visits the candy colored studio and shares all about getting an agent, local and international illustrator/author conferences, perseverance in pursuit of the passion, what she "gives up" to pursue her passions, & asks Katrina to share instagram marketing & planning tips.
"How do you do it all?!" I don't lol! There are so many things we have to give up each day to pursue our passions...we all have to make tough choices. No plan is perfect and there is not a one-fits-all solution either. Katrina shares some of the things she gives up as well as things other artist besties Cristall Harper and Claire Tollstrup give up to find time to paint.