Even More Kinkade Quotes

It is a good thing to “live in the light”.

Schedules and routines were made to serve us, not to rule us.

Even if events don’t turn ¬†out the way we want, we still have options and new possibilities.

Pay attention to your passions, your purposes, and your pursuits.

Small gestures, small events, small experiences often mean the most.

With every creative act, you light a fresh candle for a darkened world.

You can choose to trust in the richness and beauty of life.

The hard work of creativity includes the work of getting good enough to do what you really want to do.

It takes courage to push ourselves off center, to think in nonstandard ways.

If you want beauty in your life, you simply have to go outdoors from time to time.




“I can’t decide if procrastination kills creativity or is essential to it.” This is a tweet by Grant Snider.

I am the queen of procrastination…always have been, but hopefully not forever. Does it kill creativity? No, sometimes it really is essential to it. In my case, the longer I procrastinate about writing, the more ideas pile up in my head. This gives me blogging fodder for a few days at a time.

On the other hand, though, once I’ve procrastinated for a few days it sometimes can lead to more than a week or two with no writing at all. So, there’s obviously two sides to this procrastination coin.

One of my favorite procrastination quotes is, “I gave up procrastinating as a new year’s resolution but I put it off until next year.”