Help! I’m creative, and I find being organized hard

Sheila Chandra - Monday, May 29, 2017

Not being organized in your professional creative career can cost you major opportunities. Find out how to make being organized a breeze!

 Read More


Recent Posts


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