My Zentangle practice is warming up in these winter months. I've been working my way through the Zentangle Primer as part of my morning practice. I'll be teaching more classes this winter and spring, and attending another Zentangle retreat with my mom. And I might even be giving an interview about Zentangle for a local online news site, which is exciting. For me, Zentangle is still about the practice, the process, the mindfulness, the meditation, over and above the finished product. I know that many of the Zentangle artworks that people see on Pinterest and the like is beautifully polished and seemingly unachievable. I'm intimidated by those examples myself, so I try to see them as sources of ideas and inspirations. My own lines waver, my spatial consistency varies; I leave smudges sometimes. But I learn from each one. And I value the time spent on them.