Socializing

Fighting Con Crud

If you've ever been to a convention, you know that when you awake on the Monday after the con, you're likely to encounter two of the most dreaded phrases in convention lingo: "Post-con depression" (also called "PCD", which is that sad deflated party balloon feeling after you say goodbye to all your friends) and of course "Con Crud." You don't need to be smoochin' or sharing drinks to be susceptible to the latter. If you're a dealer or shopper, you're at a higher risk thanks to all the people you interact with during the weekend as you exchange paper currency (paper money is HELLA GROSS by the way!) for three days straight.

Life as a full-time Artist Working from Home (part 3)

Catch up by reading Part 1 and Part 2 of this post! Help your body last as long as your...

Life as a full-time Artist Working from Home (part 2)

The second part of my three part series that covers more of the keys to personal health that a full-time artist should work into their lives.

Life as a full-time Artist Working from Home (part 1)

Balance is crucial for a diverse and healthy life as well as a healthy business. There are some key elements...

Naughty or Nice: good intentions that offend artists

The line between naughty and nice can get pretty hazy when trying to express admiration of an artist’s work. Here’s...

Your Reputation Precedes You – imaginary walls we build by labeling an artist ‘popular’

This is for everyone too afraid to gush or geek out to their favorite artist (That means you and me....