There’s a ton of research around how setting habits can help us conserve energy because it reduces the number of decisions we have to make in a day.  However, not all habits are created equal and so we’ve asked our community to tell us about the habits they have been most effective for them.

Jackie O’Nasty | Drag Queen, Visual Artist, and Spaghetti Enthusiast

I know it probably doesn’t sound punk rock or anything but stepping up the organization of my ideas and environment made it a lot easier to really sit down and think of some of my best art and drag ideas. Making lists, having a schedule and a routine rather than the artistic chaos i thought i needed has really helped me produce some of my better work. Read more>>

Enrique Nevarez | Studio Artist

Consistently making paintings. Whether I liked it, loved it, or disliked, just giving myself a opening to mess things up. The older and more experience I get with my materials, I see them also transform into difference purposes from my creative practice. Being consistent has been a big element in getting my narrative out there. Read more>>

Tasha Jay | Singer/Songwriter/Recording Artist/Vocal Instructor

Consistency, dedication and humbleness! These habits are the glue to my success. It’s important to remain consistent regardless if things are up or down! Hard work does not go unnoticed. Just because it didn’t happen now doesn’t mean it won’t happen. Dedication is important to your craft, what you put it will reflect. So I believe that your dedication always has to be at 100%. Also your a reflection of your business, so if you don’t seem dedicated people will be able to see that! Humbleness, is a key to life. Remain humble at all times, just like it was given it can easily be taken away. Read more>>