If you're looking for permission, this is it.

by Jess Wilby on

Most of us have a clear idea of how we want to be seen, by ourselves and by others. Not many of us have the mindset to really...

We Are All Outsiders On The Inside

by Rik Arron on

If you were to ask most people if they felt that they belonged somewhere, besides looking at you strangely, I would hazard a guess that most people would...

Finding Your Purpose by reverse engineering your life

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In the previous post I discussed the importance of having a purpose, but the real nitty gritty comes in attempting to ‘find’ that purpose. The trick I believe...

How to uncover your own personal purpose

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Purpose is what gets you out of bed in the morning. What is yours? Responsibilities, commitments, obligations. We’ve all got them. You can’t avoid them. Emotional, financial and...

So you think you’re not creative?

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We are all creators. We create all day, every day. Some people create for a living, some people dream of creating for a living. Most of us though...

The Wisdom Of The Streets

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Street Wisdom is a non-profit programme run all over the UK, aiming to get us back in touch with the world around us. They describe their work as...

Gratitude Is Actually The Best Way To Feel Good About Yourself

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"When gratitude becomes your default setting, life changes" – Nancy Leigh Demoss Now I know there is an overwhelming amount of information about gratitude out there these days –...

5 must-subscribe podcasts for artists

by Jess Wilby on

Picture the scene: You’re up late, working on commissions. If you put the TV on in the background you run the risk of getting distracted. If you play...

The Art Of Being Yourself

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When we talk about art our natural tendency is to think of physical works created by an ‘artist’. In fact the dictionary definition of ART is, ‘the expression...

Not Just Another Post About New Year Resolutions

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80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by February. Only 8% of people successfully achieve their resolution goals. Gym attendances spike in January but are at an annual low...