Masterclass in Organizing for Creative People

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, November 09, 2017

I gave a masterclass to workshop creative people's career issues at Foyles' flagship store in London in August. Find the link to it here...

 Read More

5 ways for artists to stop hoarding stuff

Sheila Chandra - Monday, May 22, 2017

It’s all too easy to start hoarding stuff when you’re an artist. Find out how to slim your artist workspace and artist materials down to a slim, lean creative machine!

 Read More


Recent Posts


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