Whether you have been living on your own for years, or it is a situation which is fairly new to you, sometimes it’s hard to go somewhere different on your own, however much you want to.
I have had many singletons, both male and female come on my painting holidays over the years, but this lady knew that she had to embrace the anxiety and do it anyway.
Still going through a bereavement, she hadn’t done anything on her own for many years and she also hadn’t painted for quite a while and felt that she had lost her confidence. But this little interview will show you how she overcame her fears and found the perfect place, company and tuition to move her on. Well done and keep creating your beautiful paintings.
So don’t be anxious, just come and have a great time.
When I posted this video in my painting group page on Facebook, I was thrilled to see a comment from a lady who came earlier in the month.
‘Yes I can absolutely endorse this 1000% I thoroughly enjoyed myself in a wonderful, safe, friendly, caring and nurturing environment second to none and which was only made possible by two exceptionally kind ladies, Nicola and Annika who were both insightful and intuitive and nothing was too much trouble for them, I thought I might have felt intimidated by more experienced painters but this was not the case at all. This painting holiday was excellent value for money and far exceeded my expectations in every aspect.’ Alison