Why organise?

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, April 06, 2017

Having the right motivation to organise your home well can make all the difference. Hint: it’s not so you can pretend you’re a tidy person!

 Read More


Recent Posts


good creative habits buying hope stay tidy automatically car VIPs creative people creative commissions how to work efficiently exhaustion nurturing creative work self-care arrogance negotiating proposals jealousy hijacking creativity stardust mess artists childhood peer-to-peer networks artistry creative culture organizing your creative career under-confidence creativity buying stardust multiple lifetimes career strategy artist studio buying happiness organisation work efficiently clarity of thought binge stop cluttering artist workspaces values resentment cry time clutter buying wealth email bankruptcy the void ‘stories’ about your possessions chaotic options nurture creativity buying youth wind down loving your audience home organising clutter being organized artist materials living mess free artistic conviction social media : clothes focus lazy low maintenance strategies work trips disorganization business-like home life solving creative career problems clearing clutter brilliant creator normality popular culture organise wardrobe creative career coaching tortoise and hare clutter addict coaching email proposal writing confident in clothes business interface to creative businesses warm down innocence concentrated creative time new chapter fall of innocence missed opportunities efficient work patterns creative ambitions buy fewer clothes tidy people minimalists slow and steady clearing in short bursts hoarding networking effectively display items diary cleaning your desk anxiety great artists artist mentors tips for clearing creative person good art work self promotion communication trope singer productivity compulsion vocation pop music tidiness in living spaces card lifetimes stop hoarding stuff funding professional encouragement absences cupboard of shame saving time Sheila Chandra author inspiration appointments living clutter free emotional balance to do list domestic life copyright touring slim-line wardrobe visualising workspaces writing funding campaigns business inconvenience clear outs tidier ‘creativity’ control creativity diary staying in control collections cleaning subconscious mind mature artists mornings pricing sheila chandra coaching goals working with other artists emotional resilience great art clearing storage networking branding feel like creatiing working class culture sacrifice tidy vulnerability creative identity friends artist collaboration bulk buy overwork celebrity endorsed products artist mentoring housework much quicker fine art brands feeling creative why organise being tripped up grief creative wellbeing creative spark clutter free well curated closet morning routines business-speak precious memories commitment tidying working class artists good friend 20202 goals symptoms of creativity professional mentors motivation musician author well organized email overload professional creative career clearing as you go creative magic tension temperament long-term artistic development elevator pitch friendships making decisions sustainability home care parent critical acclaim dynamic spaces crowdfunding artistic chaos theft 2020 goals creative organising too busy quality stay on top of email creative confidence just in case . audience imagination network artist goals double standard how to be naturally tidy getting ready for work smart artists artist workspace work life introverts low maintenance effortlessly tidy successful artist new year emotional support loss hostile clutter writer spree work/home life balance good health for artists procrastination how it feels to be coached myth pop culture target market magic work priorities criteria for letting go of stuff diagnosis letting go how to save time streamlining routines static spaces too many commitments tidy desk organizing for creative people much better friend nascent artists hobbies green room social media networking artist new revised print version clean desk nipping things in the bud partners clear desk platform prioitising hotel room boredom cherry-picking emotionally secure artist creative career 2018 goals peacefulness culture guilty purchases