Admit it, you probably already rolled your eyes at the title. I know there's a part of me that does when I give myself this advice, especially when I was younger. In my late 20's when I was freelancing full time, I wish I had taken this advice to heart. So many of my mentors … Continue reading Advice to Young Creatives Series: Create Rituals and Routines
Hello out there friends! Hope everyone had a nice holiday season and now is starting to emerge from their wintering cocoons. I know I always feel a certain kind of relief once the holidays are over - no matter how much fun they are. And January always is a time I feel especially blue- probably … Continue reading Super Sober Friendly Spring in Vegas
Today's post in the Advice to Young Creatives series comes from actor and playwright Vichet Chum. Vichet is someone I think of as a compass in the world, pointing in the direction of truth and light. Thank you so much Vi for taking the time to write your thoughts and advice to young folks embarking … Continue reading Advice to Young Creatives Series: Guest Post by Playwright & Actor Vichet Chum
Hi Friends, Wow, so much has changed in a little over a month since I last wrote. Not sure about you, but the uncertainty and transition times are the hardest for me. While we all navigate the in-between spaces of not quite back to 'normal' I hope you take time for yourselves when you need … Continue reading Advice to Young Creatives Series: Admit Your Mistakes & Failures
Hey Friends, It was nice last week to be able to go back out into the 'real world' (ie. outside the four walls of our house) and try some new mocktails at the Sahara, but it also feels great to get back into the Advice to Young Creatives Series today. I've been thinking lately about … Continue reading Advice to Young Creatives Series: Support Your Peers
Hey friends, We're starting to see light at the end of the tunnel! Vaccines are rolling out, the weather is getting nicer, the economy is picking up (and we have economic leaders that care about EVERYONE'S economic recovery...!), and more and more folks are starting to look for new employment as the world re-opens. All … Continue reading Advice to Young Creatives Series: Boundaries are more important than ever
Hi Friends, Today I want to talk a bit about creating space in your life for creative pursuits that don't relate to money, success, accolade, or any of the other bull that the world will tell you is a 'must.' Let me start by saying this--YES creatives should be paid for their work. YES you … Continue reading Advice to Young Creatives Series: Cultivate a non-monetary creative practice
Hi Friends, Today's post in the advice to young creatives series will be a mini post. Something seemingly simple that we all need to be reminded of at one time or another: Write it down. Via email if possible. You may be reading this wondering....what are you even referring to? What is IT? Write WHAT … Continue reading Advice to Young Creatives Series Mini Post: Write it down (electronically).
Hey Friends, As you may have seen last week, I'm working on a series of posts dedicated to young creatives. There are so many things I wish I had been told as a young creative (and so many things I was told that weren't helpful). Today I wanted to talk about the feeling I had … Continue reading Advice to Young Creatives Series: Your goals can and probably should change.
Hi friends, It's been a bit. I've needed to take some time to absorb ALL THE THINGS of the past year and regroup. In addition to processing and reflecting on the pandemic, Black Lives Matter, social justice reckonings, and insurrection, I've also had a fair amount of change in the my own job and some … Continue reading Advice To Young Creatives Series
Year one, done! My husband and I celebrated our daughter's first birthday recently and it felt like such a huge accomplishment. The past 12 months have been incredible, exhausting, enlightening, overwhelming, and totally worth it. I wanted to create something to mark the milestone, so for the past few months I've been putting together something … Continue reading Introducing the New Parent Deck
In honor of my first mother's day as an actual mother, I've been thinking about the conversation I'll have with my little one when she gets older about alcohol. As I've said before--this is based on my experience. I have many friends who are able to moderate their alcohol consumption and/or it doesn't have a … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: What I want to tell my daughter about alcohol