The Cupcake Coloring Book by Lela Stankovic: Mouth-Watering, Spectacular Drawings to Bring Out Your Hidden Artist

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How did coloring become such a sensational phenomenon? The shifts in our social habits, and the all-around rising costs are forcing people to think of creative solutions for group activities. Consider, what can you do on a date night which is fun, cheap and different? Even a tired old idea,… Continue reading

Peter the Great – Creative Entrepreneur par Excellence

For some time now, I have become a fan of historical fiction. Not the fantasy kind, but biographies and such. For me they are more interesting than suspense, more fascinating than fantasy and more educational than the modern management books. One such biography I read recently was of Peter, the… Continue reading

Design & Multi-Media Career Tips From Nicki Hart: YouTube Star, Extraordinary Teacher, Creative Director

I came across Nicki Hart’s YouTube channel after I had watched tens of different instructional videos and was getting desperate. My InDesign project was stuck and none of the videos I had watched so far had clear and complete instructions. What really distinguished Nicki’s video was that she anticipated the… Continue reading

Painting Glorious Rose Flowers in Watercolor – in 7 Stages – by Lela Stankovic

The four wonderful seasons in Canada offer an abundance of inspiration for an artist. The deep – yet bright – fall colors, the radiant beauty of the Iris flowers in spring, and the many more enchanting faces of nature – Canada is truly an artist’s paradise. “Rose” Watercolor by Lela… Continue reading

How To Start Your Career or Business as an Interior Designer: Real World Advice from Iván Meade

I remember that when my grandmother left her house to come live with us, she left her heart in her old house. The house which she had built and fashioned with her own hands, the furniture she had bought, sweet and sour memories associated with her old house – she… Continue reading

Creative Entrepreneurs, Ariane and Alexia Share How To Make a Living Doing What You Love

When Alexia and Ariane chose Austin, Texas as their hometown, they brought with them the rich cultural heritage of France where they had grown up. On the other hand, in Texas, while we are inspired by the impeccable French taste in fashion and revere the Old Masters of Art –… Continue reading

Artist & Solopreneur, Tim Evans Creates A Feast For Your Eyes

As I entered the lobby of the Liberty Hotel in Boston, my eyes immediately went to the knot of guests clustered around a display of beautiful paintings. I asked the artist – Tim Evans – where he gets inspiration for new paintings. Tim said, “the humanistic element in everyday life… Continue reading

Laurel Hoffmann Explains Why Sewing Can Be A Top Career Choice For a Solopreneur

Alex organized his first fashion show with the help of his supportive family and a few friends. While the show was still three months away, he made a discovery which surprised him. While preparing for the fashion show, Alex realized that not knowing sewing is a big handicap for a… Continue reading

Seven days In The Art World – by Sarah Thornton

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“Art is the exotic domain of mysterious creatures who paint in ‘north-facing rooms’ in the villages of Paris at the feet of whimsical masters. These mysterious creatures are often nocturnal, living on a diet of paint thinners and pigment powders. Often they produce masterpieces which are really more of a… Continue reading

Resident Blogger: What to do If You are Terminated

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A great holistic career roadmap also must include plans on what to do if things go bad and you are terminated. When a company terminates you, the law in every country has safeguards to protect the employee. However you need to be aware of them to make sure you are… Continue reading