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Archive for February, 2016

02/22/16

How to Love Your Job

How To Love Your Job

Freelancing is a pretty amazing way to work. You are able to set your own hours, determine your own clients, work from home if you want, and let your creativity be a huge part of what you do. There are downsides, however. You are you own boss, so you have to keep yourself accountable for every bit of work that needs to be done. If you’re in the arts, a lot of your work requires…

02/15/16

How To Educate Your Client & Why You Should

How To Educate Your Client & Why You Should

Something that I never thought about when I first began my business was educating my client. I didn’t consider the fact not everyone would know exactly how my process worked, or that not everyone would implicitly know what information I needed and why. What I quickly learned is that it is essential to educate your client on every aspect of the process – so that they are clear on what will happen and what they…

02/09/16

Why Inspiration Is Not Overrated

Why Inspiration Is Not Overrated

Let’s admit it – creative inspiration is overrated. Well, at least to a large group of people it is! Inspiration is something that is available in so many different online formats (think Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter, and more), that it can feel overdone at times. However cliche it may seem though, I still believe that inspiration is an important part of anyone’s life, and especially in the life of a freelancing artist. And here’s why. 01…