If you have a big idea, it will not fit into a small space.
Mainly, the space you give your ideas is in your mind plus the amount of time you spend thinking and dreaming about them.
After you start writing about them, you may begin collecting the things you need to make them.
You may collect materials and make lots and lots of samples as you practice and refine the experience of doing what you love.
You may create a website to showcase your work.
You may rent a booth at a craft fair or Farmer’s Market.
You may offer workshops.
As you spend time and effort pleasing just yourself with what you do, it will grow in the most appropriate and delightful ways.
Keep pleasing yourself.
Other’s opinions will just slow you down.
Your destination is bigger and farther than anyone else can see, since they can only see the steps you have already taken.
Keep producing your short-term projects on the way to your long-term ones.
You will create the space you need for every step.
© 2015 Kathryn Hardage