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Creative Freedom at Work

By Adam  |  10 Dec 2015 10:00:00

If you're somebody who's naturally creative, then you will doubtlessly feel unfulfilled in your life if you're not really given the chance to create anything. The problem is that creative jobs are somewhat harder to come across, so you'll likely have to do something with less creative freedom as your day job. Creativity requires energy and so, if you're spending eight or more hours a day doing generic work, by the time you get home you might just want to sit back and relax, without having the time or energy for creative pursuits. Sadly, this is the situation that a lot of creatives find themselves in.


If you want to escape the pit of stifled creativity, then perhaps it's time to make money your own way by starting up a business? Depending on where your creative passion lies, you could maybe even make money just by selling the things you love to make! But, of course, a degree of creativity is needed for even the more bland businesses out there and being in control is something that will likely feel quite exhilarating. Photographers could sell beautiful framed images or posters, sculptors could sell their sculptures and crafts people could sell their homemade furniture. There are a lot of possibilities available to anyone who is even slightly creatively inclined.


So, if that sounds like a path you'd like to take, perhaps you should consider signing up to Sellr? For no cost at all you can gain access to all the tools you'll need to create your very own eCommerce website. Or, alternatively, you can pay us and we'll make an eCommerce website just for you (from £199.99 and upward) exactly to the specifications you want! So go ahead and sign up to Sellr so that you can escape from your current creative oppression.


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