Do you ever feel overwhelmed by all the social media platforms that are available and that we “need” to be part of? I do.
Because I don’t want to spread myself too thin, and can’t handle too many irons in the fire, I have decided to focus my efforts into the platforms that I can find an authentic purpose for, and that help me add value to your life through my work.
I do not like doing things without a why, and I do not like wasting your time with ‘stuff’.
Thus, my social media directory was born. A concise list of my official social media accounts, and what you can expect to find there.
I like to think of my Facebook page as a community. On the one hand, it is a place where I share my finished products (pictures, posts, quotes, personal journey) and important news, as well as anything that I feel might be of value to someone else. On the other hand, it creates a two-way street with my readers that enables them to communicate with me in ‘real-time’, while also having the opportunity to critique or comment upon what I share. I also encourage my readers to share their own stories and am dedicated to creating a wholesome and positive space on my page. I do not do “share for shares” just to boost my page likes, and you can always expect that I have actively thought about and fully support what I share on my page. I share personal information.
Twitter is the platform on which I share blog posts/other people’s work that I have read/’consumed’, and that have been of value to me. Thus, a reader can follow my thinking process, as well as my journey to more growth as a person, entrepreneur, artist, and pursuer of creative endeavours. I regularly read posts on: Business, Art, Entrepreneurship, Growth, Relationship Coaching, Self-Help, (non-religion-specific) Spirituality, and the occasional sneaky post that doesn’t fit into this list. I do not share personal information here.
This is my main online shop in which I sell my artwork.
If there is a piece of art from my body of work that you find missing and would like to purchase, just send me a message at cat[at]catdepillar[dot]com, and I will upload it as soon as possible.
Society6 also offers a large selection of other products, such as mugs, clocks, bags and more. Again, if an image is missing that you would love, just let me know and I will fix it as quickly as possible.
I use Instagram to document my working processes, and day to day things that I find valuable enough to share. I share indepth photos of my art process, as well as my other creative pursuits. However, Instagram is not an altar to me, and so I will only share images of things or moments that I hope can bring value to other people too. I do not share personal images (selfies), food, my home decor, or other personal events, without a very good reason attached that is intended to inspire, or provide value to my viewers.
Should I become super famous and the demand for a picture of my breakfast real – I might revisit this section 😉
I generally use Pinterest as a resource for my creative work, and collecting images/quotes that inspire me.
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