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This episode, A Muse's Daydream strays from the original work of Jill Badonsky to one of her favorite authors, James Thurber. It's his birthday on December 8.“The Moth and The Star” from Fables for Our Time and Famous Poems Illustrated was writ
This short episode of A Moment with a Muse uses the inspiration of Vincent Van Gogh as a conduit for perseverance. Imagine yourself with unflappable tenacity with whatever it is calling to you. One way you can persevere with your creative passi
This episode is about staying with an idea through creative chaos and the occasional trio of sandpipers. Dedicated to Tom Robbins.Art-filled Permission Slip to take it to the wildest of edges,Written, illustrated, and narrated by author/illustr
In this episode, we go back a bit in time ... but the sentiment remains the same:  Paying attention to the senses is a good way to get into the creative moment. Sensoria, played by Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach, Sadie Spikes, gives us this wisdo
Sometimes adopting the thoughts of others can embolden our own confidence. Try a thought from painter, Georgia O'Keefe.Written and narrated by Jill Badonsky, Author/illustrator of three books on the creative process, creator/trainer, Kaizen-Mus
Giving yourself permission to make time for your creativity can have a bigger impact on who you are than you might have been thinking.  Consider that if you’re listening to this, creativity is a value of yours. There’s something beyond the inte
Take a moment to revisit a feeling that can only serve you, both creatively and physically.Written and narrated by Jill Badonsky, Author/illustrator of three books on the creative process, creator/trainer, Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching Certif
"A Muse's Moment" is subbing from A Muse's Daydream while that Muse is refilling.Offered on Mondays for your creative fortification in little messages under three minutes. Play it once, play it fourteen times... the Muse will rearrange your thi
Thank you for listening to Season 2. I will be back with new episodes. I'm resting on my maples for a bit (laurels are uncomfortable), and working on a new book.Stay in touch.  Here's where I hang-outWritten and narrated by Jill Badonsky.Music
The nice thing about little stories is you can listen to them again and get something new the second time. I think that might be the case with this story. Our lives wax and wane but one thing remains the same, creativity is a reflection of our
In this episode, peacocks, cat hair, and acting "as if" all play a part in the power of a daydream to transport us to a red carpet and the confidence that can ensue by doing so.Written, narrated and engineered by Jill Badonsky with guest voice,
This is a Re-release of the episode called Rain because it just feels like people need a little relaxation and reverie and when I listened to it again, it seemed new, that's the nice thing about forgetting stuff.Written, engineered, and narrate
Celebrating one year of A Muse's Daydream with one of the most popular episodes and a drawing for regular listeners.To enter the drawing: email me at [email protected] with A Muse's Drawing in the subject line. Tell me where you're from and
This episode  illustrates how the writer (that would be me), can be influenced by TV shows and movies from the 60s and 70s, a zigzag carpet design that asks me to dance, and the altered state of consciousness one can get into when daydreaming w
What if you could call a hotline to get ideas? I did and for SOME REASON it required a lot of patience. But I did get a pizza out of it, you might get a tip or two about your creativity.Voice Actors:Robin Brisebois - he's an architectSadie Spik
I've been a little stuck with coming up with a new episode lately, so I tuned into Radio Daydream. Where do those kind of daydreams come from? The answer has something to do with brooms, unused amused,  WD40, and a little bit of belief.  What i
Last October, in the middle of election insanity and pandemicness, I found an article about the water found in the Clavius Crater on the moon. I took a trip to the moon to get out of the craziness and found out how relaxing it can be to just fl
Hi,I'm revisiting November 2020 when the pandemic was still in high gear. It's interesting to see how I was feeling then - and how helpful the creative imagination was in getting through it. It was time for me to get out of the house for a hike
In this episode you hear about Evil Witch Dry Cleaners, flying monkeys, and a journey down a yellow brick road of an idea.  Writing gives us the power to create our own reality. Another adventure in the metaphor of the creative process with spe
This episode, A Muse's Daydream strays from the original work of Jill Badonsky to one of her favorite authors. James Thurber was one of her early influences for tongue in cheek humor and stories with morals.“The Moth and The Star” from Fables f
Blanche interrupts our regular programming with a Mother's Day message for everyone, even if you're not a mother and especially if Mother's Day isn't all chocolate and roses. Written, narrated, and engineered by Jill Badonsky with special guest
In this episode a writer is waiting for the perfect conditions to write in a galaxy of complications and distractions. It includes a boar, a Bed, Bath and Beyond flier, and a river of lilacs. A Muse's Daydream is available for subscription if y
I received a brochure for an  art museum where my thoughts were interactive works of art. There is abalone, slippers, and  a belly button in this episode, as well as a busy café where I can overhear my thoughts talking at the next table about a
In this episode, I'm looking for a place to write a poem and stumble upon an open mic with a featured rap artist named Nick... but things aren't as they seem in a kinda of Black Mirror type way ... but not really.  But inside of it all are some
The third in the trilogy of Beach muses imparting creative wisdom, this episode is about...  well, I'll have to check my notes, but as I recall its conclusion is vital to the cultivation and execution of creative ideas. It includes drawing coff
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