Advice on how Artists can live on a small income when moving to a new city.

Today's post comes from a question I recently received from a reader: Do you have any written tips or advice for how to live on a very small income when moving into a new city? This is an excellent question that many of us don't think about when moving to a new city in pursuit …

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Are you an artist looking for a way to find balance? Stop letting EMAIL run your life!

Often, I find myself buried in email with no end in site. I set aside time to dig out, only to be inundated by more emails. Email has been one of the biggest challenges to finding balance in my life. Here are some suggestions about how to handle your email: Tackle email after you get your …

Long Tail Sessions, Vol. II–September 20, 2017

For some reason, this week's playlist is decidedly American with a dash of protest tossed in. Ha! This week, I became especially infatuated by the work by Rzewski, titled "The People United." Listen to track 5 first, which is a powerful version of a crowd singing the piece, followed by the Theme and First Variation …

Are you an artist looking for a way to find balance? Stop taking every gig that comes your way!

We've all done it. We've taken that gig that seemed like a great idea six months ago. Now, we find ourselves sitting in traffic much like the photo above, wondering why we made the decision in the first place. Yesterday, I wrote this post about how artists could find balance using Pareto's Principle, also known …

Using the 80-20 rule to help Artists find balance.

This is a picture of me hiking with my daughter. I have the photo sitting on my desk as a reminder of why finding balance is so important. A question I often get as I advise artists goes something like this: As an artist, I'm finding it almost impossible to find a work/life balance. What …