A good place to start

If you’re new to Sustainably Creative, or just want some help finding your way around, this is a good place to start.

Think of this post as a sort of guided tour of Sustainably Creative, a place for new readers and regular visitors alike to delve deeper into the large number of posts that make up the blog, as well as keeping an eye on what’s new and what’s popular.

If after exploring here you feel you’d like to delve a little deeper, why not consider becoming a member of the site?

A good place to start is with a few hand-picked posts to get a feel for the site:

Recommended Reading

As with everything else on this site there’s no need to rush. Why not make a pot of tea and pick one or two posts from the current top 20 of most read posts:

Top 20 Post of All Time (automatically updated)

Take things slowly and make a pot of tea

  1. 20 Wonderful Drawing Blogs
  2. Ebook: Start to Draw Your Life
  3. Welcome to Sustainably Creative
  4. 20 things to do to practice focusing on one thing at a time.
  5. Become a member of Sustainably Creative
  6. 20 things you can do in 20 minutes (and create a sense of momentum)
  7. Start to Draw Your Life
  8. 20 (More) Wonderful Drawing Blogs
  9. Don't compare yourself to others, just get on with YOUR important work
  10. Take the 20 minutes a day challenge
  11. 75 Ways to Draw More
  12. 20 ways to get through the bad days
  13. Drawing Your Life
  14. Blog
  15. 10 ways to just get on with your important work despite being tired or having limited time!
  16. Start to Draw Your Life: Download, print out and make your own copy
  17. Why I Love Moleskines (and some resources)
  18. Deciding to work through The Artist's Way for a fifth time. Join me?
  19. 10 reasons to just do something creative and not care about the result
  20. Remember to celebrate your achievements

Getting Your Important Work Done

Getting Your Important Work Done

You can also explore the blog via it’s main categories:


If that lot isn’t enough to give you an idea of what it means to be sustainably creative you can also find me elsewhere banging on about working little and often and keeping it simple:



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