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Music / January 20, 2023

We’re hosting a post-January live podcast on how to up your game as a creative

Music / January 20, 2023

We’re hosting a post-January live podcast on how to up your game as a creative

Words: Dylan Murphy

Following the indulgence of the holiday season, everyone needs a reset. It doesn’t need to be all or nothing either. Lifestyle changes aren’t restricted to a full dry January and there’s a lot to be said for finding a new equilibrium in moderation. With this in mind, we’ve teamed up with Jameson to showcase ways you can realign your habits and mindset ahead of a busy year.

Understandably, most of us are delighted that January is in the rearview. While December is often spent avoiding burnout and trying to make it to the new year, January frequently comes with low funds and a period of enforced hibernation. However, the quiet period also offers the opportunity to reflect on our own habits and lifestyle. With many shaking up their routines, we thought what better time to have a wholistic conversation with our favourite creatives about the changes reshaping their coming year.

Portrait of Kojaque by Ellius Grace

On Thursday 2 February, we’re hosting a live panel talk in Hen’s Teeth with photographer Ellius Grace, Doja Cat co-signed designer RASHHIIID, musician BRICKNASTY and artist/illustrator Fuchsia MacAree. In college and school, there’s rarely discussion of the implications of burnout, how to manage time, budgets or how you can develop sustainable practices to ensure you are your best self. Basically all the non creative parts of being an artist or self-employed person. That’s why they’re coming correct with the practices improving their work life balance after a period of reflection in January.

The perfect event to connect with like minded individuals, Jameson bartenders will also be on hand on the night to provide low and no cocktails.

Tickets are free, click here to get yours.

Enjoy Jameson’s responsibly.

Visit www.drinkaware.ie for more information.

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