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The Perks

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The TLDR Archive

When you sign up, you will get access to the entire archive of past TLDR issues full useful tips, resources and creative exercises. So no matter when you join, or even if you decide to take break, you can always come back and read what you missed.

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Tools & Resources Collection

Ever wondered, what brush that is or what gear and tools I use? If you become a subscriber you will get access to the growing list of tools, resources and gear that I use to make my running my creative business (and life) easier to manage.

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Submit Your Creative Questions

I get a lot of great questions and don’t always have the time to respond. But if you are a subscriber, then my email door is always open to you. Every TLDR issue you get comes with an opportunity to ask me a question. I may even respond to it in video form on Instagram.

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Be A Priority

As a subscriber, you will be the first to hear about upcoming events, new resources and be first in line for all new things and announcements. Plus, you’ll get special offers that are exclusive to email subscribers!

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Why do you call it TLDR?

TLDR is short for Too Long Didn’t Read. Which is how I feel about some of the articles and emails I’m interested in reading, but can’t bring myself to because they’re so long and complex.

I like to think of TLDR as a series of emails about big ideas presented in small, easy to chew, bites.