If you’re an artist, musician or writer, money is often tight. Keeping that car parked is a great way to free up your finances. Read five reasons why it’s healthier physically, mentally and financially to choose bikes over cars.
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
There are as many as 16 million vegetarians in the US with half of those choosing a vegan diet. That’s roughly five percent of the population who have gone meat-free. Thinking about going vegan? Check out these tips!
Read the Starving Artist Blog: 6 Tips for Going Vegan
Monday, September 12, 2016
Read the Starving Artist Blog: Grow Your Own: Urban Farming in a Raised Bed Garden
Friday, September 9, 2016
The life of an artist isn’t easy. If you want to support yourself with your art, there are going to be lean times. Once you know where your money goes, you can start to devise ways to save more of it. To understand where your money goes, follow it. Watch where it is spent by recording your everyday expenses.
Read the Starving Artist Blog: Making a Budget: Keeping Track of Spending
Thursday, September 8, 2016
Where do you get the inspiration to create? Musicians listen to music, poets read poems, playwrights go to the theatre and watch plays. They don’t do this simply for entertainment, they do it to learn as well as to be inspired by what they see and hear. Observing other artists helps inspire us in our own work. It give us ideas and instills in us a desire to create our own versions and give our own voice to the world. Artists and musicians alike will appreciate, Woody Guthrie and the Dust Bowl Ballads. This graphic novel was created by British comics artist Nick Hayes and details the early life of American music icon.
Read more on the Starving Artist Blog.