So here at long last is the promised downloadable PDF featuring the work of some of our Four for Feb creative talents. Yep, just right click on the below link and select ‘save as’ to download and it’s all yours. Or just click and you’ll be able to view it in your browser.
Introducing: Share Your Wares Sundays
Now although the Spring-clean Your Routine challenge is all about stopping doing things that are no longer a good use of your time, I know that a lot of readers of this blog are still doing great work each and every week. And that’s why I thought ‘Share your Wares Sundays’ would be a good idea – so that you can let other people see what you’ve been up to during the week on the Clear-Minded Creative Facebook page.
Whaddya mean, “Wares”?
Now the word ‘wares’ usually refers to ‘goods for sale’ but I thought it fit here because
(1) it rhymes with shares
and (2) I want to encourage you to value your creative outputs and maybe even consider selling them in future.
The most important thing for now though is to share them and let other people see them, so if you’ve done something creative this week, feel free to post it. There is only one rule:
Rule 1: You must have completed it during the 7 days prior to the Sunday you post it. Note that it doesn’t matter when you started it, it could have been five years ago for all I care, but it has to have been completed during the past 7 days.
That’s it! Hopefully there will be something you create this week that you’ll be up for sharing next Sunday
P.s. a note on this blog’s schedule
I’ve not been sticking to the schedule of posting Mondays and Thursdays as religiously as I did at the beginning because I’ve had extra freelance work on and it’s keeping me extremely busy, plus in two months I get married and there is a lot of stuff to do for that. Also I’m thinking it might get a bit dull and I’ve got a few different ideas I’d like to try out in the next few weeks.
So apologies if you notice a variation in the days I post over the next wee while. If I can settle into a workable pattern I might change the schedule permanently, in which case I’ll let you know.