Betty Rose
Born and raised in Malvern, Betty Rose’s passion is exploring realism, surrealism, and spiritualism through her art in a range of mediums from oils, acrylics, to digital art. Her work often embodies themes such as enlightenment, empowerment, and self-love. She has recently been exploring this through writing too.
She identifies with becoming an artist at her first nursery crayon doodle, and hasn’t stopped since. Studied at Hereford College of Arts.
Wednesday 15 March 2017 at 4:28pm

What to do when you’re having a slow, uninspiring day

Taking the Slow Path

Today was a slow…slooooow day. Against my will, I might add. I want to feel inspired, have a mission – and it isn’t like I don’t have a mile long list of things to do. It’s just none of them move me, are urgent, or interested me at this time thus leaving me feeling unmotivated. Nothing I watched, listened to or did helped move me past this pit of sinking “meh”ness. Finally after sitting around doing nothing but scrolling through the internet for most of the day (Facebook be my ruler, Tumblr be the void that beckons me) I decided to …