Make Time For Your Art

Producing artwork requires not only dedication to your craft but finding time to create. Through the years I have found some time strategies that have worked for me. Some of these techniques evolved from when I was mothering a daughter and had to be creative to find the time to paint, and I hope that some of my experiences will help you carve out time to accomplish your own art goals. Schedule your studio time just like you schedule appointments for other commitments in your life, I suggest you calendar your studio work time. For me it works well if I map out my studio time a week in advance, but scheduling a day ahead also works. The act of writing out my schedule solidifies the commitment.

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