How You’re Using Your Day-Planner Wrong: Get Better At Working From Home (Part 2)

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Do you struggle with time management?

If you often find yourself scrambling to get out the door in the morning, arriving late for almost everything, missing meals, forgetting important dates; you most likely are bad at time management.

Being bad at managing our time can not only hurt our productivity, but also our relationships and quality of life— it can even lead to us disappointing the people we care about most.

I don’t often miss my bus, but when I do it puts a damper on my day because the next one won’t come for 30 minutes, making me late.

What if this happened every day?

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.

A Minimalist Tidying Up With Mari Kondo

Transform your space into a peaceful place in only 2 days!

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.

The Truth About How I Started An Online Art Business What You Should Know Before Getting Started

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My art career started when I was a college drop-out and totally unemployed for almost 7 weeks. I had spent the previous 8 months jumping from job-to-job and nothing was working for me.

Use Your Doubts And Fears To Find Future Success: 2 of 2 articles

Last time we also began to address our jealousy and insecurities. If you made the time for some deep thought on the topic, I’m glad you’re back. If not, you can still follow along!

How To Use Your Doubts and Fears To Build and Motivate Your Business: 1 of 2 articles

A huge part is of getting comfortable with your fears is mindset. A great tool for helping your mindset is goal-setting.