Wearing Too Many Hats In Your Business? Try These 4 Things.

By Ella Nobre-Watts of whimsicella Some of us are good at juggling many things at once, gliding from one creative project to another, and dealing with a variety of customers and clients. But we all have our limits, and if we feel too much pressure in our business, mistakes (and overwhelm) can happen. As a creative…

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How Creatives Can Help in the Wake of Roe v Wade

By Ella Nobre-Watts of whimsicella On June 24, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case that protects abortion under the 14th amendment. The ruling means that safe abortions will quickly become severely restricted or illegal for more than 135 million people in the country. This news has been weighing heavily on a lot…

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How to Say ‘No’ as a Creative Business Owner

By Ella Nobre-Watts of whimsicella Saying ‘no’ is extremely necessary when you’re a business owner. You can’t do everything at once, and you certainly can’t please everyone, so saying ‘no’ is vital for protecting your sanity and asserting boundaries. Your time is your most valuable resource, and it deserves protection. Saying ‘no’ to one thing…

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Velvet Outlaw Specializes in Custom Rodeo Suits for People That Love Nostalgia

Social worker by day + rhinestone stan always, Louisville-based fashion designer Miranda Deaton creates clothing that’s one-of-a-kind. Velvet Outlaw specializes in custom rodeo suits for people that love the nostalgia and novelty of the old, but also appreciate the new. Miranda uses a moderate to low waste up-cycling method for most of her clothing, and is driven by her customers…

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