CD21 – 10 minute creativity: can you make art like that?

Status report. Health stuff. And what happens after you prioritize.

After several weeks of bullet journaling, I am seeing some changes for the better. But here’s the question: Can I use my ten-minute breaks to get my creative fill for the day? I’ve been working on that this week! Also, here’s the dilemma: Is it possible to be rewarded by the short term if the long term is lacking? Can a short term strategy help consolidate and focus your creativity toward the things that matter?

If you’re a creative with a dayjob, come see if this can work for you!

Make art. Make haste.

j

If you’re a creative with a dayjob, I’d love to know how you’re balancing work/life/creativity!

Published by J. Alejandro

I put things on paper. I also hit the REC button. I believe in you, and I believe in your work.

One thought on “CD21 – 10 minute creativity: can you make art like that?

  1. My problem is balancing my creativity with school and health problems and the record-keeping for a business based on a creative job. You are good to set aside a certain amount of time everyday. I was told by a professor instead of my waiting until I could block out a couple of hours to do an hour everyday of writing and only an hour. I actually do find the time when I thought I wouldn’t.

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