A list of ideas, resources, answering common questions, and so much more here for student creators to explore.
Being a college student, it is easy to get caught up in focusing on your future. Besides, that is the main reason you are there in the first place - to better your future self, right? Believe me, I know how challenging it can be to remain present and in the moment when everyone around you seems to be focused on what is to come, but I have found a few tips which can help you when you become overwhelmed by our future-focused climate.
One thing that I think is so important to a creator’s success is being sure to keep up with the latest trends - both social and other trends. I wanted to take just a moment to update you all on just a couple of trends which may have been overlooked this month!
Whether you’re just starting to build your social media profile, or you have a part of the social community since the beginning, it can be challenging to organically grow your social media following. Fear not for I have accumulated a list of pointers which can help grow your page!
When you’re a creator, whether that’s studio arts or graphic-based arts, it can be difficult not to compare your work to others. Below I have compiled a list of tips which can be encouraging when you get discouraged as a student creative.
When you have a position which can be done remotely, the temptation of considering working from home full-time can be very appealing. While having a physical office to complete your work in can be nice at times, working remotely also has its perks!
You have already gotten coffee, walked around, taken a nap, but you still can’t seem to find the words. Whether you are a blogger, college student, or even just a creator, we all experience writer’s block now and then, but don't be discouraged! Below I have listed some tips and tricks that may be able to assist you overcome writer’s block.
Rounding close to graduation time, it can be easy to be intimidated by interview processes and wondering where you will end up. To help combat the anxiety towards finding a job, I have listed some of the most critical skills that most employers will consider when looking to hire a creative professional.
We all know the feeling of coming back from a fun night and realizing that no photos were taken to commemorate the fun - It’s the worst! Even worse than that feeling is going on vacation and getting back with very little to help you remember the fun times. Here I have made a list of some of the best ways to commemorate your travels so that you can go back and relive some of your best memories!