Overjoyed Sunday evening, I was rid of the two dozen sketchbooks I had been standing knee-deep in. I was taken aback at my car trunk full of baggage I didn’t know I had. The most important thing to me was shaking off my minimalist Imposter syndrome. I did what I set out to do, accomplished many of my personal goals, and am eager to see the ongoing impact of tidying up.
Starting out — whether you’re an artist, writer, or any creator — having the right niche is the most important thing to think about. Once you find your niche everything will begin to fall into place and you’ll have a reference point for consistent decision making.