The thing about being a creative is that it’s about actually finishing things. Your productivity is directly related to how much you finish. Puttering about, experimenting, learning your craft, testing out ideas – these are all really important for developing your craft, but if you want to start to make a business out of your […]
I’ve spent the last year studying for an MA in Creative Entrepreneurship through the University of East Anglia. This has been a great opportunity to step outside of my regular realm and delve into the business side of my creative pursuits. I have learned an enormous amount, which I hope to both incorporate into my […]
Harvest, a photo by h.koppdelaney on Flickr. I like the idea of the harvest as a symbol for sustainable creativity.
Most days I work from the kitchen table. There’s a lot of advantages to this: I have good coffee, no one to bug me, no commute, a well-stocked fridge, as many/as few distractions as I could want and the ability to multi-task in life chores like laundry or repair man visits. Most of the time […]