The launch week of the Juicy Blogging E-Course is always a busy one, so I've asked my friend, the talented artist, Mary Daniel Hobson, to guest post. Enjoy! I was delighted to be invited to write a guest post for Britt, who has always been so supportive of my creative projects. A big thanks to … Continue reading 2 Strategies for Starting New Creative Projects: Guest Post by Mixed Media Artist Mary Daniel Hobson
Is it wise for myself, and for humanity, to spend so much time online? I know that many of my clients struggle with this question. Whether they are nonprofit communicators overwhelmed by the staggering amount of content they are expected to create and interact with to get the word out about their cause (e.g. … Continue reading How to Create a Calm, Truly Connected, Content Calendar
The generous blogger . . . Sees her blog as a way to serve. Commits to sharing her gifts and talents through her blog regularly. Writes posts that are of service to her reader. Uses her blog stats to figure out how she can create more posts of value for her reader. Writes posts that … Continue reading 20 Ways to Be a Generous Blogger
"Creativity comes from limits, not freedom." ~ Jon Stewart If we were watching a TV show, or movie about two friends, one who was considered to be "creative" and the other who was not, we would probably see them be portrayed very differently. The "creative" character would be easygoing and wearing a loose, colorful, or … Continue reading Why having a schedule might make you a better writer (and blogger)
I've been enjoying the Amazon series, Mozart in the Jungle. It's a light, easy-to-watch show about life behind the scenes at the New York Symphony. In the second season, one of the main characters, a free-spirited conductor named Rodrigo (Gael García Bernal), hears the general manager, Gloria (Bernadette Peters), singing in the shower. When he … Continue reading What if I do what I love and the money doesn’t follow?