Creative Funk

How to Get Out of a Creative Funk

I know I’m not the only one who has ever found themselves in a creative funk. You know, being in a state of uncertainty, confusion, overwhelm, apathy… whatever the flavour a funk takes, I can for sure attest that isn’t pleasant. In addition to making daily life a grind, they make doing creative work hard […]

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books for creative introverts

13 Life Changing Books For Creative Introverts

I wanted to share with you my ultimate list of books for creative introverts, the ones that have genuinely changed my life (for the better!) and the ones I point to over and over again, when anyone ever asks me for recommendations.   1) Quiet by Susan Cain How could I not kick this list […]

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Avoid burnout

How To Avoid Burnout As A Creative Introvert

Burnout is a topic I’ve been meaning to cover for some time on the Creative Introvert podcast, but I’ve been slightly cautious about it because I wanted to make sure I don’t in any way glamorise it. This is something I’ve seen hints of in the online business world, with the entrepreneurs, infopreneurs or whatever-preneurs […]

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The Year of Fun #9: The Orchestra

By far the classiest, most cultured edition of the Year of Fun so far – I went to see (and hear) the orchestra! I’ve only been to the orchestra once before: the result of a spare ticket needing a taker, and I took it. Honestly, the first time: I wasn’t super excited. I like live […]

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The Introvert's Guide To Freelancing

CIP035: The Introvert’s Guide To Freelancing

In 2013, my introvert dreams were answered. I had made the heady decision on New Years Day to book plane tickets to Japan, signalling my no-way-backing-out-now decision to leave my safety bubble that was my 9-5 job as a web designer in London. It also signalled the start of my 6-month experiment: be a Freelancer. […]

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CIP034: Dr Ken Carter on High Sensation Seeking

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Dr. Ken Carter all about high sensation seeking – a newly discovered trait of mine! Dr Ken Carter is a Professor of Psychology at Emory University and has been a psychotherapist and researcher for more than 20 years. I first came across his […]

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