There is nothing else like this that I know of, and it fulfills a real need in our world for community and creative support. Victoria makes each week of the month full of delight. The way she utilizes the internet as a classroom is unique and completely beautiful. All written works and even the website are works of art, and you almost forget that you are on a computer. It is as if the wardrobe to Narnia has been opened through my screen. This is truly a world of enchantment that has been manifested into the digital age. I am so excited to be going through another year, and I plan on staying connected indefinitely.” ~ Jessica, about Seasons of Wonder
Field Notes Dispatches
I’ve fallen in love again with the art and creativity of well-written e-missives that go straight to our inboxes. Maybe it goes back to my many years as a blogger, but as a reader and a writer the fleeting sound-bites of social media posts just don’t hold the same magic for me. They’re fun and can be interesting, but there’s not as much there there. But getting something truly creative and interesting right into my inbox? Yeah, that’s golden to me. Some folks call them newsletters, some call them love letters. Me, I just call mine dispatches. That’s how I see them – a field report from my world to yours full of news, ideas, musings, interesting links, cool discoveries, and updates about what I’m up to in the wilds of the studio and beyond. They’ve become a creative project all of their own this year and I’m loving it. A new issue typically goes out every week or two.
You can have Field Notes arrive all magical-like in your own inbox over here.
Starting in February 2019, I’ve begun archiving the issues here at the Mojo Lab, too. You can read the latest issue over here.
Art journaling, the cards, bookbinding, & intuition?
I’m delighted to announce that I am one of the 2019 teachers in a wonderful online course called Pull • Pen • Paint.
PPP is about learning to pull cards, interpret them intuitively, journal using your intuitive insights, and even take it a step further and use the cards to spark your creativity in an art journal, sketchbook, or on canvas. Kiala Givehand has brought together several teachers from all walks of life to share their love of journaling, tarot, and diving deep to uncover the answers that live inside of us. It’s going to be an amazing 12 weeks together. The beauty of this course is that it’s a great fit for beginners and those with more experience.
You’ll find all the details and can register over here.
I’m Victoria Smith.
I’m a writer, artist, creative mentor, and wonder mystic. I serve as the Creative Catalyst and resident Hedge Guide here at the Mojo Lab. My work explores the intersection of creativity, earth wisdom, magic, and intuition. Through my courses and other offerings, I help women forge a stronger connection with their inner wisdom, courage, and creative spirit, as well as the natural world around them, so they always know where their true north lies. And that’s where the real adventure begins.