You’re probably not short on ideas for your posts lately.

You’re probably not short on ideas for your posts lately.

But are they really serving your goals?

Because, right now, you are sharing the same misery, worry, anxiety, fear and a plethora of other emotions that everyone is feeling.

You’re sharing your angst, your pain and fears about what’s going on in the world right now. 

Your communications with your audience regarding your art have come to a halt. 

Because for creatives, like you and me, this might be a time where that creative well of ideas has dried up. 

Your routine is shot to hell. If you have kids living at home, it’s REALLY shot to hell! If you have older parents you care for, you are struggling with the balance of caring and worrying about their safety. 

All of these things take a toll on your creative energies. 

Today I’m going to give you something that can help.

Something that will take the burden off of your shoulders.

Because you still have a lot of art to sell, even if you’re not creating right now. 

And everyone on social media right now is literally a captive audience. 

It’s a great time to talk to people, reach out with something beautiful. 

Emotions are high right now.

And art sales are mostly about emotional connection.

This is the time to put yourself out there.

That’s why I’ve updated my Social Media Post Ideas Content Calendar.

Months and months of post ideas that are designed to keep you on track with your art business goals for this year. 

Now is the time to stay focused on your art business. 

Click HERE to get your FREE Social Media Post Ideas Content Calendar! 

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