A guided journal for exploring how to fit creativity and meaning into everyday life, with prompts, advice, and quotes from working artists across various disciplines
The first in a series of three guided journals dedicated to the practical and emotional sides of living a creative life, Making Time for Creativity explores how we find space in daily life to express ourselves, develop our talents, and do the things that matter. This journal poses a series of questions on the themes of defining worklife balance, creating daily rituals, setting intentions, meeting goals, and taking time off from creativity. Working artists from all walks of life—musicians, authors, filmmakers, dancers, designers, and visual artists—offer their responses to these questions, providing an inspiring framework for reflecting on how you can use your own time meaningfully.
In Making Time for Creativity, Brandon Stosuy, the cofounder and editor in chief of The Creative Independent, a growing resource for creative people, taps into an incredible network of talent to provide diverse (and divergent) perspectives on how creativity can be prioritized amidst all of the other demands on our time.