Charles Dickens has some valuable advice for us on how to avoid getting overwhelmed.
Here, I tackle an age old problem: what to read next?
When it all clicks into place, and you finally start seeing the highway to getting things done opening up before … More
This morning, I was on a (severely disrupted – thanks Southern Rail) train back home after a couple of weeks … More
It’s tough. We’re in a world that increasingly rewards narrow specialisation. But I don’t have narrow interests. Why can’t I … More
Up to London today for a kind of introductory event to my grad scheme. It got me pretty stoked to … More
Just a quick one today. I’ve kicked April off with a bang; two drawings I’m actually kind of proud of, … More
Today, I finally submitted my dissertation. What a weight off my shoulders. I feel like Sisyphus – if he actually … More
I’ve been loving the process of sharing my work. You quickly discover the support, guidance and inspiration of this incredible … More
A look back at the creative output, exercise and progression towards goals in February. It’s been a tough month, but one that’s brought forward valuable lessons.