I’ve heard people say, “Don’t try to make money with your hobbies; you’ll ruin them.” Well, I’m here to challenge that notion and share some insights that might just change your perspective.
Today, we’re diving headfirst into the world of juggling, not the circus kind with flaming torches (although that would be awesome), but the art of balancing a side hustle, a corporate gig, and our artwork.
I’m diving headfirst into the whirlwind of thoughts and emotions that often ensnare us artists in the pursuit of validation. Buckle up for some truth bombs and a few rambles about what we experience in this wild artistic journey.
This morning, my thoughts wandered to that familiar feeling of being ignored as an artist.
Today, I want to dive into the wonderful world of promoting your art. It’s a topic that often leaves many of us artists scratching our heads.
Your art career is an ever-evolving journey, and you are the ultimate authority on your life and your artwork. Trust yourself.
I had a recent encounter with someone who claimed to be an expert in the art world, and their advice left me utterly flabbergasted.
I’ve been in this game for a while now, so I’ve faced my fair share of challenges. I want to shed light on these struggles, how I’ve tackled them (sometimes successfully, sometimes not), and all I can say is keep going!
I know it sounds counterintuitive, but bear with me. This approach is rooted in the wisdom of working smarter, not harder, and embracing the minimalist mindset. Our goal here is not just productivity; it’s about preventing burnout and finding balance in our creative journey.
Today, let’s dive into the exciting world of time management and organization for full-time artists.
Today we’re diving into a topic that’s as universal as it is challenging: overcoming roadblocks on our artistic journey.
uccess is a deeply personal concept; people often associate it with financial wealth and material possessions. But let’s challenge that notion and explore what it truly means to be successful as an artist.