Finding a path to making art

The most important thing to remember when creating, is the time gap  between learning and mastery, brilliantly stated by Ira Glass.

A Guide for people who just can't stop making stuff

So you are an artist or creative of some sort, a painter, writer, craft person, musician,  etc. It is just the way you are. You may not have planned to be all artsy, you may have even tried to stop because it would be so much easier to just be really good at book keeping or bee keeping or something practical. So here you will find topics like...

  • Reviews of Marketing courses for creative artreprenuers
  • Ideas for affording to make art
  • Jobs and gigs I have done while launching art businesses
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Marketing for Creatives

I have spent some dough on artrepreneur courses so I will review them here so you can decide if they are worth buying for your particular needs.

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Jobs with flexibility

To launch an art business you need time and money and flexibility. I have stories: Massage Certification, Pilates, Uber, Food Delivery, Sales, Care giver? Which is right for you while you grow your art business?

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Crazy frugal lifestyle hacks

House sitting, vanabode, roommates arg! there has to be a way to get rid of unnecessary expenses, noise, things and people who are getting in the way of doing your thing.


Eating for Creativity

OK you can't seem to give up on building, painting, writing or whatever it is you do so well, but boy is it making you tired! You need energy if you are going to launch that thing of yours.

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Musings on life and art and why we are here and how it could be even better.

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Book and film reviews

I love to read and watch all kinds of genre. It is like compost for the garden of art making.