Why crash diet clear outs never work

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, July 20, 2017

Why do clear outs only last five minutes? Naturally tidy people know how to create order around themselves automatically, because they understand this one secret…

 Read More


Recent Posts


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