You pay for copyright all the time

Sheila Chandra - Monday, April 10, 2017

Think you don’t pay anyone other than artists for copyright? It’s just not true. So why do some people begrudge remunerating creative people?

 Read More


Recent Posts


living clutter free car clearing as you go childhood artistic chaos commitment culture creativity diary friendships cupboard of shame appointments crowdfunding collections ‘stories’ about your possessions absences elevator pitch low maintenance time clutter buy fewer clothes domestic life partners friends popular culture focus under-confidence creative magic chaotic well organized stop hoarding stuff long-term artistic development funding options artist mentors writing funding campaigns artistry arrogance nascent artists work priorities streamlining routines tidiness in living spaces artist workspaces clutter addict sacrifice warm down artistic conviction double standard business-like clearing clutter to do list home care creative culture creative spark great artists organisation static spaces imagination trope clearing new year creative confidence staying in control introverts working class artists spree sheila chandra coaching successful artist nipping things in the bud ‘creativity’ getting ready for work efficient work patterns clear desk display items creative career coaching vocation how to work efficiently business interface to creative businesses working class culture slim-line wardrobe buying wealth living mess free stop cluttering effortlessly tidy exhaustion binge networking effectively too busy jealousy brilliant creator brands clarity of thought minimalists proposal writing hostile clutter the void peer-to-peer networks buying hope hobbies good creative habits anxiety creative commissions proposals organise quality stay tidy automatically nurture creativity Sheila Chandra author creativity tidy people work trips concentrated creative time magic hotel room nurturing creative work temperament tidy desk artist goals diagnosis buying happiness procrastination just in case creative career emotional balance slow and steady inconvenience mature artists being organized buying stardust peacefulness low maintenance strategies saving time disorganization emotionally secure artist networking home organising being tripped up resentment myth professional mentors network platform copyright tidy creative identity clear outs housework much quicker tips for clearing workspaces creative people making decisions criteria for letting go of stuff stay on top of email compulsion fine art professional creative career career strategy mornings tortoise and hare good art work diary storage parent morning routines letting go subconscious mind symptoms of creativity emotional resilience wind down artist mentoring artists lazy artist materials professional encouragement pop music : clothes clean desk overwork hijacking creativity feel like creatiing clearing in short bursts work efficiently work/home life balance guilty purchases innocence card green room work life smart artists organizing for creative people business-speak creative organising grief buying youth dynamic spaces good friend boredom VIPs artist cleaning your desk productivity email overload tidier bulk buy home life feeling creative hoarding vulnerability creative ambitions tension stardust emotional support cleaning missed opportunities branding too many commitments cry how to be naturally tidy loss creative wellbeing visualising much better friend celebrity endorsed products business social media networking touring precious memories 2018 goals creative person how to save time wardrobe pop culture clutter loving your audience well curated closet lifetimes multiple lifetimes confident in clothes social media fall of innocence critical acclaim great art theft goals why organise motivation email bankruptcy inspiration email control self promotion normality mess