In this solo episode, Abbigail and Ashley are taking you behind the scenes of our own creative lives. Learn about the tools we use to manage our creative projects, our favorite ways to outsource mundane tasks, what our daily routines look like, and how we define creative success.
In this solo episode, we're taking you behind the scenes of our own creative lives. Learn about the tools we use to manage our creative projects, our favorite ways to outsource mundane tasks, what our daily routines look like, and how we define creative success.
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“I don’t want groceries and dust bunnies to be the reason I don’t hit my creative goals.” --- Ashley
“Every season of life has its different adjustments, and you just have to figure out what that new adjustment looks like for you.” --- Abbigail
“Where can I make space in the next 24 hours for this thing I want to work on?” --- Ashley
“I’m just used to not having my 9-5 open to do anything creative, and I just try to figure out ways to make it work in the margins of life.” --- Abbigail
“Maybe there’s a commitment you need to take a step back from as part of your creative strategy.” --- Ashley
“Having to make time for this and be accountable to myself for $0 a day is what’s proven to me that this is something that’s important to me and that I’m going to keep doing it.” --- Abbigail
“Sometimes we need to separate the monetary value from the creative work.” --- Ashley
“I think that’s part of why this podcast exists: none of us have it all figured out.” --- Abbigail