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This year I asked my friends on Facebook to gift me with a word for 2018 that started with the same letter as their first name.

I was given this wonderful and inspiring selection of words that I combined to make my 2018 journal cover.

I use my journal to plan, muse, ask myself questions, work out my feels and any other thing that I’ve got going on. I use it to record my Harvest for the previous year and decide where I’m going next year.
 
 

 
 


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“Best Selling Art” lists are a pile of crap that will lead you down the monkey path to Walmart.

The Online Art Search If you missed part I, you can get that here. If you’re selling or planning on selling with an online storefront like Etsy or Red Bubble (or the myriad of others), it’s worth a look to do a search on their site to see what’s going to come up when regular […]

If you’ve ever thought of creating art products for the holiday season, now is the time to be doing the research for next year.

Create your art once and then develop merch, licensing and print offerings to maximize your return on your art.

Make great stuff that people love and offer it to them in a variety of forms.

I’ve realized that I create mess when something doesn’t have a place to go. I like to have systems that work for me so I created a blog post template that I can print out and use to plan my posts and not forget anything that may help me get more oomph from the message.

In order to become more organized and productive in my art biz, I came up with a checklist of steps required after finishing an art piece.

I’m a visual learner and work better when I have visuals to support my activities. This is just as true for debt repayment and savings – so I created these tools to help me keep on track and stay committed to my financial plans.

I just finished up my Harvest review and co-incidentally, Note to Self published a getting organized podcast today which dove-tailed neatly with some planner tips that I wanted to share. According to science, we get stressed out when we have to hold more than 4 things in our brain at one time. That’s why getting […]