News


How to tame your email inbox

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, August 31, 2017

Email overload is a serious problem for creative people because they need large chunks of time to concentrate on their main work. Here are 9 tips to stop email overload ever happening.

 Read More


×

Recent Posts


Tags

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

Archive

    ×