Author: Carrie Brummer

Do You Let Your Work Define You? by @ArtistThink

by Carrie Brummer | Featured Contributor When you introduce yourself to people, what do you tell them? What is the first thing you talk about when you meet new people? Can you guess what most people discuss? That’s right, their jobs. Do you know who you are? I mean, really know yourself? Are YOU your job? Have […]

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Do You ALWAYS Feel Like You Should Be Working? by @ArtistThink

by Carrie Brummer | Featured Contributor When you are working for yourself and are caught up in an engaging project, it is really easy to lose yourself in the flow of your ideas, enthusiasm and motivation. In the zone, feeling your flow, you keep going without realizing you’ve skipped lunch. Then, all of a sudden, […]

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Do You Have Creative Regret? by @ArtistThink

Someone I was friends with found out they were dying. I won’t lie, while I appreciated their humor, I knew they weren’t the easiest person to get along with; many colleagues struggled to work with them at their job. I enjoyed their company but I also knew it was an acquired taste. I was thinking […]

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80 Ways to Enjoy Creative Release by @ArtistThink

by Carrie Brummer | Featured Contributor  I want to reach as many busy business women as I can to share a message of self-love and self-care. This message is often at odds with our actions. (I mean, shouldn’t our children/spouse/family/friends always come first?) The arts are a release and opportunity for self-care. I’ve asked you in […]

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Be Selfless, Not Selfish: Take a Break by @ArtistThink

by Carrie Brummer | Featured Contributor One of the largest obstacles I hear from people interested in trying the arts is a lack of time. They are wrong. It’s not that we don’t have free time, it’s how we choose to use it that’s the problem. We feel guilty and selfish if we take time for […]

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Do You Want Burnout or Balance? by @ArtistThink

by Carrie Brummer | Featured Contributor The Struggle to Find Balance: How Creativity Can Help When I taught in schools, art was my release. I could go home after work, take out some paint and lose myself. I escaped from the tedium of teacher meetings, an angry parent, or from the frustration that comes after […]

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