7 ways to lean in to creativity (now and later).

There’s a lot of us feeling pulled in all sorts of directions right now; whether it’s feeling pressure to use this time to accomplish a giant to-do list or start a project that’s been on your mind for years.

If you’re considering starting something creative, whether it’s a blog or writing a book, there’s ways you can foster creativity, even in these strange times.

Over on The Bitter Lemon’s Patreon (join here), I’m sharing seven ways you can lean in to creativity, whether it’s during quarantine and/or when things get back to normal.

What is a Patreon? It’s a channel behind a paywall that allows creatives to make exclusive content and an income 🙂 Truthfully, I have been telling my blogging students about Patreon for awhile now, but I was never quite sure what I’d use it for.

But over the last few months, I’ve realized there’s a gap in some of the services I offer. Yes, many of my blogging students sign up for 1:1 instruction or a consultation, but there are also students out there that may not be ready for a 1:1 for a multitude of reasons.

The Patreon platform is a way I can offer exclusive content to you — or to anyone interested — at an approachable price. The Bitter Lemon’s Patreon channel is loosely being called “Blogging & Books” because I want it to be a place where I can share blogging tips and tricks, but also share thoughts on all of the books I read!

By signing up for The Bitter Lemon’s Patreon, you’re supporting me and my content — you’re helping me live my dream of being able to survive off my ideas, my content and my creations. It really does mean a lot to me.

If you’re still unsure, I’ll be posting new content on Patreon at least once each week, so stay tuned to see what I’ve got coming next!

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