To understand the ‘what’, you need to know the ‘why’?

My intention in creating Waffle Art is to have a platform where I can express the tools that have worked/work for me.

It’s my personal belief that accessing these tools helps me to strive/become a different person. The person I envision myself to be rather than who I currently am/was.

You’re your own unique being. I’m not here to tell you these tools will work for you. But I do hope it inspires you to be curious enough to discover what does. Because I also believe, that when we are happy with the kind of person we are, we become kind & loving people. Kind & loving people have a way of bringing out the best in others. And I love to ponder the thought… what would our world look like if we knew how to be more kind & loving?

I believe we are all talented. Fear happens to be in the way. The more we strive to be the person we envision, the more our talents tend to explode. What I call art. Whether that’s in business, or painting, or working your day job.

My hopes for this website is to help encourage others to come out. Come out of the mindset of who they think they are. To creating a mindset that they can become anyone they want. To share their gifts. To share their tools. For the sake of others. We may never understand the depths of our purpose. We only need to trust there is purpose, and share.

In the words of Brene Brown in ‘Braving the Wilderness’, “Art has the power to render sorrow beautiful, make loneliness a shared experience, and transform despair into hope.”

I’m working really hard to have the courage to share the tools that have worked for me so others can gain the courage to find what works for them.

One more time Brene, I need to hear it!

“The transformative power of art is in this sharing. Without connection or collective engagement, what we hear is simply a caged song or sorrow and despair; we find no liberation in it. It’s the sharing of art that whispers, “You’re not alone.” -Braving the Wilderness, Brene Brown

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Thank you for spending your precious time with me,


PS. FULL DISCLOSURE: Some of my products & blog posts contain ADULT LANGUAGE. If you don’t like that sort of thang, no worries beef curries. This site may not be right for you. I still thank you for stopping by and giving me a taste.

Is that hair gel?
— Mary; 'There's Something About Mary' (1998)