6 Ways How Drawing and Painting Can Reduce Stress
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6 Ways How Drawing and Painting Can Reduce Stress

These days being stressed and being anxious have become so normal that people don’t even stop to take care of themselves properly. It’s very easy to forget about our own wellbeing and mental health.  We all know how stressful everyday lives can be. Getting wrapped up in the daily grind can very easily make us feel…

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Hiring Literature Review Writers: 6 Reasons to Consider It
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Hiring Literature Review Writers: 6 Reasons to Consider It

A literature review is one of the common academic assignments. All students face it sooner or later. Many folks mistakenly think that this is an annotated bibliography. Nonetheless, this task goes beyond a simple naming of the used literature sources. In fact, you should conduct in-depth research and use critical thinking to analyze a certain…

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Tips for Creative People Choosing the Right Career Path
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Tips for Creative People Choosing the Right Career Path

Breaking into the professional world can be difficult for us creative types. A standard 9-to-5 job isn’t always for us, but that's where the job security is. However, developing a successful creative career is possible. Here are some tips to get you on the right track. 1. Examine your options Photo by Rachael Gorjestani on Unsplash You know…

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How Your Home Can Influence Your Creativity

We rarely give our homes the credit they deserve in helping us upkeep, or sometimes even denigrate, our mental health. It’s a pretty simple thought experiment to run. Fail to clean your home at all for a month, and leave out your dishes or laundry for a fortnight. Keep your curtains drawn, and your windows…

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Why I’ve fallen hard for creative bullet journaling

  In 2015, I began bullet journaling. I didn't use my BuJo for daily or weekly plans, but I kept all of my vision- & goal-setting exercises, Bible study notes, and quotes to remember in one well-loved journal with an index for easy reference. That year I also fell in love with doodling and hand-lettering,…

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Can you ever get just *one* tattoo?

"I only want one tattoo. No more." Those were my famous last words, as they say, and sure enough, two years after my first tattoos, I ended up back at a tattoo shop on Sunday. Before I got my wrist tattoos, I'd always wanted a tattoo to represent each of my children, so you could…

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{REMINDER} Don’t miss this deal!

Okay, friends, I couldn't let today pass without a quick reminder: Today is the very last day to pick up your copy of the Ultimate Digital Photography Bundle. With up to $2,500 in resources at over 96% off, it is absolutely the best way to up your game on your camera! Whether you just want…

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Take better photos by the end of today

  I've never kept a baby book for any of my babies, but with the advent of digital photography, and now camera phones, I feel like their childhoods are well documented nonetheless! Unfortunately, that collection includes all of the shots—the good, the bad and the just plain ugly—and I often wish that I had the…

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When it come to creativity, slow, steady & repetitive win the race

A couple of weeks ago, I shared how perfectionism works against my creativity. Today, I wanted to share another realization I've had about the nature off creativity, as least for me. You know how people joke about all of the crafts they've started but never completed? Yeah. That's me. I'm a really, really, really good starter.…

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Finding inspiration for your doodles {plus 2 printable doodle pages!}

Although I'm still learning the basics of doodling, one thing I've started to do in the last couple of weeks is be more intentional about collecting patterns and borders to use as inspiration and to develop my own style (rather than just copying others). As I was working on these pages in my sketchbook, I…

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