Last-Minute Holiday Gifts for Creatives

Right-brain and creative individuals are often notorious for being procrastinators. Procrastination often comes into play when the holidays come around as shopping for gifts can be overwhelming. Not to worry, as we have some fantastic last-minute gift ideas for the creatives in your life. The Time Capsule Journal This is both a shameless plug to…

The Tidbit Reviews “My Paint By Numbers”

Disclosure statement: This post contains affiliate links, and a review of products that were supplied to The Tidbit. The algorithmic abilities of social media are incredibly impressive (albeit, a little creepy). These ads that pop up on my social feeds sometimes know me better than I know myself. Such was the case with an ad…

The Beauty of Unplugging

Last Friday, I came home from work all jazzed to sit on my couch and binge-watch Breaking Bad. This dream was immediately crushed when I returned home to find that the WiFi and cable weren’t working, therefore I couldn’t stream Netflix. This is the definition of a First World problem, but it has been a…

Gallery To Showcase Art of Bachelors Grove

The Vogt Visual Arts Center in Tinley Park will be showcasing a collection of impressions based off of the long-alleged haunting grounds of Bachelors Grove Cemetery in Midlothian, Illinois. I am thrilled to share that some of my photography of Bachelors Grove will be on display in the gallery throughout the month of October. Learn…

Scott Straka, Celebrity Portrait Artist, Talks Fun of Conventions

If there’s one thing I admire, it’s someone who is willing to follow their passion. Such a person is Scott Straka, who has built a career out of his passion for drawing. Straka now travels all over the country attending conventions and sharing his art with those who love it most – the fans. Taylor…