If you're alive, then you're a creative person — Elizabeth Gilbert
The heart of human identity is the capacity and desire for birthing. To be is to become creative and bring forth the beautiful — John O'Donohue
Curiosity has its own reason for existing. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structures of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery every day. Never lose a holy curiosity — Albert Einstein

What if I told you creativity is your birthright?

Let that sink into your bones for a moment. Who you are — your molecular structure, the way the blood pumps a rhythm in your veins, the way you swallow a lump in your throat when you stumble into beauty — this isn't a fluke. It's not something that just happens. 

Your creativity is part of you. It belongs to you. 

And you belong to it. 

I know. It's easy to forget. 

It's so easy to assume that the season you're in, the one where words feel impossible, is your natural state. 

The flashes of inspiration — the moments of clarity — those were a gimmick. A ruse. 


Over the past year, I've been studying seasons and cycles of creativity. We all have them, they're so innate it's like breathing. 

Inhale: consume. 

Exhale: create.

I believe that if we truly embraced our natural flow of creativity, the angst associated with not creating would completely disappear. By understanding our own rhythms, we reach for grace rather than disappointment when the words won't come. By anticipating the fallow seasons, we remember the beauty in the pause. 

I created The Creative Birthright Project out of this research. Daily prompts diving into who you are and the way the synapses fire inside your bones. You don't even have to show up for a class — every single prompt will be delivered to your inbox daily.

This is your birthright. This is your birthright. This is your birthright. 

We're going to say it until you believe it. 


How many prompts are included? 

Over 50! You'll get them delivered to your inbox every day, so I suggest setting aside time to read over the email and respond in your journal. 

Is this for me? 

Let's practice. Close your eyes. Take a deep breath. I think you already know the answer to this question. But, just in case you really have no idea, I will say this: if you know what you're doing creatively and never-ever-ever feel as though you've completely lost every creative fiber in your body, then this prompt series probably isn't for you.

Why did you choose over 50 days worth of prompts? Isn't that a lot? 

Sending you over 50 prompts is a lot of writing. In fact, it completely captures a season if you think about it. Which is why I chose it, really. Our creativity exists within seasons. By diving into the prompts and going through the entire series, it allows you the space to really pursue the rise and fall of your natural rhythm. 

What is your refund policy?

Refunds are not applicable for this offer. All sales are final.