THE ARTIST'S ANNUAL REVIEW
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STOP. BREATHE. LOOK BACK.

I'll bet you did more this year than you are giving yourself credit for!

Yeah, the year might not have turned out as you had hoped, but you surely exercised your creativity (in art and business) and expanded beyond your previous comfort zone.

Now, take some time to acknowledge what you have accomplished before working on that plan for the New Year.

It's simple, really.

5 daily emails full of prompts for reviewing your year

BEGINS THE MOMENT YOU SIGN UP.

I want to help you celebrate the hard work you have done this year.
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YES! I'M READY FOR MY ANNUAL REVIEW

SET THE MOOD

Light a candle. Open a bottle of wine. Buy some flowers. Snuggle into your most comfy jammies. This is YOU time.

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START WRITING

Open my email prompts and start writing. Capture your year day by day, one thing at a time. Decorate your pages if you like.

Writing Your Annual Review

DO A LITTLE DANCE

Look at all you did! It's amazing you got any sleep at all. Take a moment to soak in what you've accomplished.

Celebrate Annual Review

What a wonderful idea and how well thought out and organized! I often make a list of what I want to accomplish in a coming year but never give a thought to evaluating the previous year which it would be well to do first! —Pat

I kept writing “nothing, I didn’t do anything in that category this year,” and then I’d go “Wait! Yes I did!” I accomplished a lot more than I thought I did last year, thanks for all those thought provoking questions to help me realize that! —Elaine

It's simple, really.

5 daily emails full of prompts for reviewing your year

BEGINS THE MOMENT YOU SIGN UP.

A tradition to gift yourself.

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About Me

I'm the host of The Art Biz podcast, founder of the Art Biz Connection community, and author of I'd Rather Be in the Studio: The Artist's No-Excuse Guide to Self-Promotion.

I started my annual review more than a decade ago and have been sharing the process with artists for almost as long.

Here's why: It's critical to see that you are making progress. It feels great seeing everything I accomplished on a piece of paper. Rather than staring down that endless to-do list, I celebrate the Done.

Alyson Stanfield at her desk

ALYSON B. STANFIELD

You deserve this.

I wait for this every December, Alyson!
Your year-end review is one of my rituals!
- Michele

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