Impostor Syndrome can be anxiety provoking but it is also very natural. Fortunately, it's cure is simple and just as it's natural.
A game where photographers share the pictures that they took or saw that made them want to be a photographer.
Our Tribes affect everything from how we feel to the company we keep. These are 8 reasons to find the right tribe for you.
This is the final part of designing a logo yourself where we combine everything we've learned thus far.
Today he is remembered as the "Father of American psychology" but William James' journey was riddled with illness and depression. So how did he change his fortune?
Vision boards are universally known for goal setting, but they can also damage your self-image and your self-esteem.
An important part of being memorable to customers is understanding what they find desirable, familiar and novel.
A step by step journey through the process of creating a brand logo for bloggers and entrepreneurs.
I decided to ditch typing in keywords in google and went looking for creative inspiration where it all started for me. Art Hop!
Pinterest is perfect for creating an evolving vision board. Though they are typically used for long term planning, I decided to create a six week vision board using Pinterest.
This morning I finished the sixth chapter of my book. With a combination of work, business, my brother's wedding, and my own anxiety I haven't felt like writing. Turns out all I had to do was get sick for my inspiration to come back. It also brought me to the realization that I like parts … Continue reading [Blog Update] Chapter 5 And 6 Complete
Whitney Houston, Johnny Cash, Rihanna, Aretha Franklin, and others icons demonstrate what cover songs can teach us about creativity.
An in depth look at how basic acts of self-care improve creativity and productivity.
I realized today that I am backsliding again. Hi, I'm Khan Shadid and I push my luck until I end up crashing into a wall. When I blogged for thirty days straight LAST MONTH it was prove to myself that I was committed to blogging. I believe I have done that. My focus now is … Continue reading [Announcement] I’m No Longer Doing Blogtober
A month ago I visited some friends in Sacramento and visited the Crocker Art Museum with a friend of mine. We had been friends a long while but over the last few years we had both become occupied by our lives. Him with starting a family and me, returning to school. We reconnected once we … Continue reading [Blogtober] [Photography]- “The Fate of All Young Men”
"When men get turned down they feel rejected, when women get turned down they feel like their going to get murdered."
You mean you just heard of #Blogtober? Here's the break down. Blogtober is a writing/blogging challenge where you create and share new content every day for the 31 days (the Month of October). Though you can promote your blog however way you wish or currently do, I recommend using this opportunity to connect with other … Continue reading Single Subject Blog Ideas and Tips for #Blogtober
Find out what's coming up this October on Notes & Drafts.
Writing makes me painfully aware that most of life isn't preserved by words or images or sounds.
The only thing the dark elves and the faerie elves ever agreed on was what to do with a coward. For a coward the choice was between earth or the dark elves' way. The first meant to be buried alive in a grave with worms that burrowed and savored their meals as their secretions triggered … Continue reading Day 28 [Flash Fiction] The Odd Winter