How to make 2023 your most creative year yet (new video!)

Hey you!

The beginning of any new year always starts with such high hopes and intense energy, but it doesn't take long before we fall back into our old routines.

That's why it's important to shake up your day-to-day with new tactics and techniques to help you hit your new year's goals! So ask yourself: what can you do to change up your tired old routines to make your year more creative?

In my newest video, I share 8 of my favorite tips to help get yourself unstuck and rev your creative engines.

If you're looking for a creative kick in the pants, then this is it!

And don't forget: tomorrow at 2 p.m. CST you're invited to my free Brush Lettering for Beginners class!

We'll cover everything you need to pick up a brush pen and get going in this hands-on webinar -- all we're missing is you!

👇 Grab your seat here and join me for this fun free class 👇

See you tomorrow, Reader!


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I'm here to teach you how to unleash your creative side. Not only will you learn the essential techniques you need, but you'll also get the tools to start making creativity a priority in your life. With my help, you can build the life and career you want on your own terms. So what are you waiting for? Let's get started!

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