Tips on Tuesday – Sign It


Today’s Tip

Sometimes my mind is a sieve… not like a sieve… it is an actual sieve… For example, I recently found a poem in one of my notebooks — don’t know where it is now — but it was in my hand writing with my editing scribbles on it.

I read it and really liked it. I assumed I had written it. I don’t copy poems, so I had to have made it up. But, because it was good, I doubted I had written it. Consequently, I didn’t use it or show it to anyone at the time.

That day taught me a lesson. Not only should you sign your work to protect it as yours, but you should sign it to remember that it is yours.

Since that day, I sign all my work when I do it… writing, painting, whatever… just in case I run into it in a file or notebook some day and can’t remember if it’s mine or not.

So that’s my tip to you:  Always sign (or at least initial) everything you create….


About loubelcher

I'm a freelance artist and writer. I enjoy anything whimsical and my art and writing generally concentrate on the lighter side of life.
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4 Responses to Tips on Tuesday – Sign It

  1. You should print it on this blog so we can all read it. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. Frankie and Ernie says:

    Sounds like good advice.

    We think WE will take that HIGH road and you can take the Low one…

  3. Summer says:

    I need to put my paw print on everything!

  4. cecilia07 says:

    We love the colors in the painting and a very good tip. Mom puts our name on all our photos…I guess if someone wanted one they could crop some of the out but lots are near me.
    Hugs madi your bfff

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