One of my past clients told me that even though I plant a big garden, play with my kids, and run the Artist Market Co, that I always look in control, sure, and elegant.
Do I feel in control and sure? Sometimes.
I do spend a ton of brainpower trying to manage my time better, though.
I’m not talking about trying to figure out how to fit everything in. I learned I couldn’t do that a while ago. Instead, I try to take things OUT.
I had a beautiful morning with my kiddos yesterday and decided I needed MORE of that. More time skipping rocks, looking at art, getting ice-cream, listening to Halloween playlists, and playing on the playground.
I wasn’t in a rush, I was happy.
I want more.
So I had an idea —
I decided to challenge myself to 40 hours of non-work time per week this month — even though I’m doing a launch for Anchored Artist 😬 — because I think anything is possible.
Boundaries only make me more creative with finding solutions.
I might curse myself out once in a while for giving myself such tight boundaries — my work time is already stretched so thin — but I’m doing it anyway because I know I’ll come out happier and more efficient on the other end.
If you’re too busy to make time for the good stuff, I’m challenging you to join in, even if it’s only five hours a week.
I'm a consultant for artist entrepreneurs who have started building their following online but haven’t figured who would buy their art. My unique approach enables artists to create a signature brand around their art and work smarter so they can sell more & spend their days creating beautiful things. My clients have doubled their social media following, raised their prices, and sold 3x more art within a matter of months.
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