I have one inviolable space—and that’s very important to me because of something that used to happen when I was a kid.
Maia is an awesome creator who’s always got a million things going on! Sound like anyone else you know? Join us as we talk about managing multiple projects at the same time and how to deal with the overwhelm that can sometimes come with them.
One of the hardest things to work out for writers—especially early in our author careers—is how to balance our writing with the rest of our life. In particular, we can have difficulty protecting our writing time from our families. Here’s how to keep your writing time sacred.
Hello Rebels, and welcome back to my life.
I wanted to share something with you today. This week, the second week of June 2015, has been my best writing week in two years, and by the end of the weekend, unless something really unexpected happens, it’s going to be my best writing week EVER.
Good morning, Rebels, and welcome back to my life.
I’m an artist, and you might be, too. And you might entertain ideas of making a living from your art.
But that can be really hard to do. It’s hard to manage yourself as a business and finding an audience gets more difficult every day.
But there’s one problem that can trump all other problems when it comes to making a living as an artist—and that’s failing at the art itself.
Most of the time, though, “failing” in our art isn’t as simple as writing a bad book or painting a bad painting or whatever.
There’s a few common reasons for why we fail, and here’s how to fix five of them.