Effective Tips On Studying For People Who Hate Studying

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It’s a time unlike anything we’ve ever experienced before. There’s a thick layer of additional anxiety plaguing the world and it will take years to peel it away… There is a new normal we all have to get used to and it will not be easy, so if I can help you out I will!

Read The 5 Secrets I Can Share From My First Year Of Blogging To Improve The Way You Approach Obstacles

We’ve turned 1! Another year older, another year wiser… I wanted to celebrate with you by sharing the 5 most important lessons I’ve learned from my first year of blogging.
It’s hard to believe The Artist Journal is already a full year old. I’m so proud of the milestones met through the blog this past year…

Slow Growth: Starting Your Craft Business With What You Already Have

Read about Starting Your Craft Business With What You Already Have here!

Start your shop off right by offering something people actually want to pay for! If there’s one thing I’ve learned after 4 years on Etsy, it’s that medium matters.
The proof is in the pudding, so I also wanted to highlight for you the first stages of my own online business!

How To Prepare Yourself For Taking On New Design Clients

Taking on new clients can be a dream for fresh freelancers… or a dreaded endeavour for the inexperienced. But what if you knew what to ask these higher-paying clients? I’m going to share how I started asserting my worth as an artist and exactly what to cover with your new client to give them the best product possible!

The Best Way To Spend Your Time As A Creative Business Owner

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Before I started this project, I really had no clue what I did in a day…

How Artists Can Use Their Art To Improve Their Self-Care Routine

To bring back balance to my days, I’ve been making an effort to incorporate my creativity in my self-care routine.
Winter can be a difficult time of year for everyone — whether it be loneliness or stress . Some extra self-care during your daily life will help you enjoy more happy moments.

How To Keep Working On Your Art When You’re Burnt-Out

Winter is known to worsen our mental health (or “steal your spoons”, as I like to say) — between the pressure of holidays and the physical stress of the cold, it’s easy to lose track of ourselves. That’s why I want to talk about prioritizing self-care and self-compassion this time of year.