Aug
29

How to Live Your Life as the Artist You Are

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Hi Everyone!

I finally created a Useful Links list that will be sent out to new subscribers of the Make Great Stuff newsletter.

Since you all signed up for my newsletter (or blog for that matter) before I had my act together to make this list, I thought I’d share it here as well in case you find it beneficial.

Scan through the categories I’ve created below, see what catches your eye, and start there.

The Free Trial

By signing up for the Make Great Stuff Newsletter, you were automatically issued a FREE coupon for the Creative Breakthroughs Collage Tele-Class. If you didn’t see it come into your email, please check your junk or spam folder. Then sign up for a class and we’ll send you reminders beforehand so you don’t forget.

It’s cheap, easy, and most of all, FUN & FULFILLING! You can’t beat it with a stick.

Getting Unstuck

If you’ve been feeling stuck, it can be excruciating to start again. You think about it all the time, but you just can’t turn thoughts into action. The momentum of not-doing can have a stranglehold, but I’ve got some great, safe ideas for helping yourself work through the ick and start creating again.

The Fine Art of Finishing

Perhaps you love to make and dabble and try new things, but nothing ever seems to get done. Well, there’s a reason for that, and these posts explore those challenges, explain what’s hard, and help you take that final step and finish what you start. Very empowering:

The 20 Minute Technique

I promise if  you use this technique regularly, you will be more productive, feel in charge of your creativity, and start making work you love.

I used to have it as a feature of my blog, but soon it’s going to be an E-Course to help you jump-start your creativity. In the meantime though, here’s an overview of how it works and some real life examples of how I use it all the time to keep myself creating:

Honoring Yourself and Your Progress

It’s easy to discount what you do or to feel silly about asserting its importance. However, part of the process of reclaiming your life as an artist is to honor yourself and own what you do. These posts are about that:

Practical Techniques and Strategies that Anyone Can Use

Your Turn

What do you think? What articles were most helpful–and why?  Do you have a busy, creative friend who might benefit from reading some of the articles on this list as well? If so, please forward and spread the creative love!

xo -Sarah

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Comments

  1. Laura says:

    What a great set of resources for nourishing the creative soul — particularly the creative soul who can benefit from some support — and who couldn’t use some?!

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