Beth Gillespie gives a comical insight into how she balances her life as a mother of small children and still tying to be creative. She embarked on a challenge in which she would complete an artwork during the time coming to her presentation and document it to show how she is still able to be creative while having children and how she can influence them to be creative as well.
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