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exactly where i am in life right now. Creativity takes no excuses If it's important enough, you'll make time for it. And make time for it shall

Necesary

The truth // Ira Glass. Calling all writers, artists and creative people. Great inspirational quote to keep going.

agree except for making play into work.... screw that I like the original make work into play!

Rules of a Creator’s Life: Do more than what you're told to do. Try new things. Make work into play. Work when others are resting. Always be creating. Make your own inspiration. Love what you do, or leave.

never ever

"Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway." -Earl Nightingale i need to always remember this

Always Remember You Are Braver Than You Believe Nursery or Child's Room Vinyl Wall Decal

Always Remember You Are Braver Than You Believe Nursery or Child's Room Vinyl Wall Decal

Work better - Straight forward advice. Oh, if were only that simple. Unfortunately, our ADHD can keep getting in the way.

One thing at a time. Know the problem. Learn to listen. Learn to ask. Distinguish sense from nonsense. Accept change as inevitable. Say it simple. How to work better, ten simple things that make a huge difference.

Penso todo dia ao acordar.

Good things DO NOT come to those who wait. Good things come to those who work their asses off and never give up. September Time to work my ass off.

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Quote - In order to lead a fascinating life - one brimming with art, music, intrigue and romance - you must surround yourself with precisely those things.

miserableArtist

Edward Hopper, Automat, Oil on canvas, 28 in × Des Moines Art Center. This week a reader sent me a copy of "How to Feel Miserable As An Artist." This marvelous list was created by illustrator Keri Smith and

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