I thought to myself during the previous full moon while doing my regular spread that I should start a tarot journal, or at least some sort of record of my practice. It’s become very meaningful to me over the past year, as it has become a very bonding experience. Despite the fact there are so… Continue reading Tarot Journal Entry #1
**AN: This is an un-cut piece I wrote as a submission for ‘An Invisible Work Day And The Gig Economy’, a standalone-issue zine covering experiences of different self-employed people and the impact of the Gig Economy on our daily lives. Some famous person once said, “If you love what you do, you won’t work a… Continue reading What do I do with my time?
It’s been a few months since I’ve posted a new monthly work playlist. That’s simply because I’ve had the same music on heavy rotation for the past 4 months. It wasn’t until about mid-October that I needed to change things up. My work days now look a lot different now than they did a few… Continue reading November 2020 Playlist: Grunge Girl Fall
I keep a bullet journal and wanted to show off my cover spread for this month. My standard layout and system are very simple, but I also indulge in decorating a spread to denote the beginning of a new month. This month, I used exclusively scrap paper from my junk mail—all of the calendars, note… Continue reading My bullet journal spread for November 2020
I can’t believe my new live-streaming set-up is ready. I’ve been t this for about a year and now I finally feel like I have everything the way I like it! I finally settled on live-streaming video games only, rather than art or variety streaming. Live-streaming art has been work, but playing video games with… Continue reading I’m live-streaming on Twitch every Wednesday!
As you may remember, The AJ turned 1 year old back in August! We reached our biggest content goals and surpassed many milestones along the way. And after a very long sprint, I needed a few weeks to relax my writing muscles. A lot has changed in a year. The world seems to be an… Continue reading Welcome back to The Artist Journal!
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!
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…
This summer wasn’t quite like any other. Keep cool while in quarantine and get your buns out of bed—shake it to these tunes that will have you feelin’ yourself again in no time!
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!