Protecting Your Creative Energy

Protecting Your Creative Energy Written In Melanin

A lot of times as creatives, especially those of us who are new the realm of marketing what we create in exchange for coins, we pour all of our energy into other things until our well runs dry. Sometimes this looks like pouring yourself into family or real-life obligations — sometimes it's pouring into the business side of our creativity — social media, email lists, and marketing. But this episode is meant to serve as a reminder that our creative energy is something we must protect as well. Support C. M. Lockhart and her books by joining her Patreon at https://Patreon.com/CMLockhart or visiting her website at https://WrittenInMelanin.com Check out the Melanin Library for books by Black authors at https://MelaninLibrary.com Join her writing sprints on Mondays and Thursdays at 1pm EST on Twitch (Twitch.tv/CLockhartWrite) and YouTube (YouTube.com/c/WrittenInMelanin). Follow her on social media @CLockhartWrite, @WrittenNMelanin, and @Melanin_Library

In today’s episode we’re going to be talking about: protecting your creative energy.

A lot of times as creatives, especially those of us who are new to the realm of marketing what we create in exchange for coins, we pour all of our energy into other things until our well runs dry. Sometimes this looks like pouring yourself into family or real-life obligations — sometimes it’s pouring into the business side of our creativity — social media, email lists, and marketing. But this episode is meant to serve as a reminder that our creative energy is something we must protect as well.




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