Resolutions are not the vibe for 2022? What's next for NFTs? & Latest creative news
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What’s coming next for NFTs?
Top London exhibitions
Latest creative news
Resolutions are not the vibe for 2022
Trends for 2022
Top 10 spaces to work from as a creative entrepreneur
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Nobody was prepared for how Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) would come to the fore in 2021. Just over the past year, the NFT space saw an unprecedented growth and is showing only more signs of significant development…
2022 will be the year of the NFT. Since last summer the topic has gained increasing buzz and since Zuckerberg’s Metaverse in October, we’re all on the edge of our seats confused as to which digital shares to sell and purchase.
Regardless, take it from us, reading up and taking part in NFTs is a big a*s money move this year. Here are the top four courses to help you – no matter your budget or location.
This time last year we could only dream of waltzing around a gallery soaking up inspiring imagery and soul-evoking sounds.
This year is, most fortunately, quite different as we experience the closest to normal that new normal can seem to get. 2022 promises a plethora of exciting London exhibitions. Most listed are already being exhibited so get yourself a ticket and get on down there!
There truly is no better way to spend a weekend afternoon than in one of London’s exciting galleries…
Latest creative news
Congratulations: You’ve made it to 2022. Perhaps you’ve already listed 300 New Year’s resolutions, covering the hyper-doable (wash your sheets once a week), the niche (perfect your treble jig so your hot Irish step-dance coach will love you), and the ambitious (this is the year you write your novel). Perhaps you’ve also felt a deep shame for failing resolutions past. Time’s run out, and now I have to begin again, you might say to yourself. Here comes another year of saying I’ll do things that, in all likelihood, I won’t.
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Working from home is great on those days where you fancy a nap at lunchtime and have a lot of laundry to get through. But oftentimes, working solo at a desk in your bedroom can feel lonely and it can be hard to separate work from play when you’re doing both in the same space. Here is a list of ten great places to work in London. We’ve divided them up into north, east, west and south London as well as central if you fancy going into town or have evening plans. You’re welcome!
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