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Collect, Make, Explore: interview with author Jessica Wascak

Here in the biological father, we believe children are allowed to be children when they are young. To freely explore the world around them, learning as they go organically as possible.

talked with a mother and artist who shares the same philosophy – Jessica Wascak. Jessica is an artist full-time, part-time blogger, a former art teacher, and author. His own work of art always has a natural thread that runs through it, but since I had her two daughters, who has been pulled to write a book.

Sum, Make, Explora is “a field guide visual sweet sharing ways I have connected our children to the natural world using art nature, outdoor exploration, and natural lifestyle in constant evolution. ”


Passion What inspired you to write your book? This is your first book?

I firmly believe that the earth and the body are one of many ways. I often explore the tug of war between the corporeal and ethereal ~ search for connections with our spirits to this world in which we live.

That said, there have been many changes in my world. My husband and I now have our lives with our two small children amazing. Looking back on the ways in which my everyday life experiences have been structured during this time I realized that, without knowing it, the same basic research that tie my artwork together have also helped shape my philosophy and practices parenting. This was one such embodiment eye opening.

This embodiment fueled my almost obsessive need all of a sudden focus all my attention on the writing of this book. And now some four months later, I’m here – the first book I’ve written and published in my hands. I am excited to have the opportunity to inspire others to bring their families a little closer to the natural world through art, nature, outdoor exploration, and natural lifestyle evolving.

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The Release: How you started in the beginning? You have self-publishing?

self-publishing and I started this project with a lot of research on the subject long before even knowing what kind of book I wanted to write. For a while I had a long commute to work in my hands, so I took advantage of this and heard a lot of podcasts and audiobooks. These gave me valuable information and inspiration as an independent artist and creative entrepreneur in general.

After I had the idea for the book sat down and gathered all the material he had collected photographic origin instinctively over the years. Photos of my day to day experiences acted as the roadmap for the book.

The innovation 😕 What was the biggest advance for writing this book

Honestly, I started writing this book using a photographic scheme so to speak. Not necessarily a traditional way of formulating the structure of written material, but as a visual artist that made sense to me. However, by doing things this way I was writing in a stream of consciousness style for a bit, waiting for the biggest book hit me and finally made box. I work this way when creating images in my work too. I work and work and then, when a title comes to me for the work I feel that all the pieces of the puzzle fall into place. When I got the title for the book, “ Suma. Make.

Yin and Yang 😕 How to balance writing and family

Balance is a difficult thing! I was a full professor in digital art for ten years and just before having my second child in 2015, resigned to concentrate on being a mother, an artist and a writer, full time. With the help of close family, I am able to work for about 5-6 hours a week during the day. Then, after the kids go to bed to start the night shift, working for 1-2 hours before bedtime when I can. Being a master of time management, speed change, and be eternally grateful for all that life offers, when I felt a little closer to the difficult balance we all seek.

The Drive 😕 What challenges has overcome

The feeling of not having enough time is probably my biggest challenge. Whenever I have several projects percolating in my head or initiated in real time. I have to constantly remind myself that not everyone can occur simultaneously. Especially when I’m trying to be a mother to young children. There are days when I am able to move beyond this challenge better than others. Developing a way to create a positive mindset is the best tool I’ve come to overcome anxiety that can creep in when I’m not able to work as fast as I might like.

The practice of a natural lifestyle has been a life saver. I focus on letting the natural world in which figuratively and literally allows a breath of fresh air when I need it most. Getting children and throwing stones in the creek, walk in the forest, or watch the sunset gives me a great understanding of the larger picture and offers a bit of Zen.

The hopes and dreams 😕 The following

I have another book I’m trying to figure out which is geared more towards authenticity in art and car. I have also been setting in the stars and trees in recent times. To begin research on these issues I think they will find a way into my writing or artwork soon. Continuing the development of my study and practice to reach a wider audience with my work is an ongoing project of course. So many wonderful ahead, excited to see what the Universe has for me next things.

Go to Jessica website for more information or to purchase a copy.

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