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    « October Garden III | Main | Watercolors + Salt (Part 2) »

    Step #167: Time for Art

    I talk a lot about making progress on your art in small chunks of time. There's  incremental progress possible in these moments. What works for you? Small blocks or large blocks?

    Find more in the step-by-step art journaling series.

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    I'd love to work in smaller segments, but working when I have a stretch of time in front of me works better. I can start a project and really get into the zone when I have a lot of time. Hugs, Terri xoxo

    I just read the article you linked to Bad Correspondent! Great article about the writers perspective and the choices he has to make to maintain his craft! We all have to make these choices, I know i require time to myself! I would love to be more "on a schedule" but hence I take what i can get. So, my art is fitted in here and there amongst all my other home/work duties. I have more time now than when the kids were little and it's usually best for me to know what direction i want to go with my "me" time, cuz i can flit from project to project so easily. Finishing the projects gives me the most satisfaction and usually that is done in small blocks.

    10.8.2009 | Unregistered CommenterEden

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