Last week, I shared Keri Smith's "How to Feel Miserable as an Artist," and it was huge hit with ManMade readers. Turns out, that chart is just one page of many from Keri's excellent The Artist's Survival Kit, a free downloadable booklet to keep your creative self motivated, inspired, and sane!
From the introduction,
For the really bad days, for the days when you want to quit, when you feel like everything you do is shit, when you feel your self-esteem plummet, when you decide that you would rather wait tables for a living, when you start to think you will never make a living making art, when you are working on something and feel like you hate it more than you’ve ever hated anything in your life, when someone makes an offhand remark about your work and afterwards you feel dejected, when you wish you had gone to school for accounting, when you start to believe that maybe your family was right, when you want to lie in bed for a month and eat chips.
It pays to have a sense of humor.
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