Who you are is, in large part, contingent on how you choose to spend your time.
Jesse Lawson
Advice from the future.What is something you wish you knew when you first starting taking your writing seriously? In other words, if you could go back in time to when …
Jesse Lawson
The pressure to make money off of our hobbies gets worse every time you share what you love.
Jesse Lawson
Dealing with criticism is exponentially easier the longer you are a creator, but it's still tough to sit with sometimes.
Jesse Lawson
When relapse happens, what can we learn from it?
Jesse Lawson
Can we make "worthless" things?
Jesse Lawson
Everyone hates what they make. At some point, at least. The trick is to convince yourself that it's normal.
Jesse Lawson
These don't make you creative; they only build off of the work you've already done (if any).
Jesse Lawson