When I post my responses to these prompts, I like to have something to say – whether it’s about the process itself, the technical challenges that I faced when making the picture, or if it’s just something about what was going on that day.
Ok, so: July and August were kind of terrible, creatively. I’ve acknowledged that and moved past it. It happens occasionally – both due to my own issues, and things beyond my control – and I just have to deal with it.
I went into September with modest goals: I wanted to get back on track, and dig myself out of the rut that I’d been in all summer. I wanted to see if I could find ways to motivate myself, rather than relying on inspiration to just happen. I wanted to work on clearing my weekly photo backlog, and see if I could make some progress on the NaNoWriMo outline, but I didn’t set any specific targets – any movement would be good, as long as it was forward.
So how’d I do?
Two weeks in two minutes… I’ve been: getting | daydreaming | making | choosing | buying | feeling | watching | planning | discovering | looking
Still chipping away at the weekly photo backlog (it would be easier if I wasn’t adding another prompt to that list every week, but… well). This is the oldest of my missed deadlines, originally due way back in June.
Still working my way through all the weekly photos that didn’t get done on time, either because of computer woes, or because of creative woes.
Ok. The last two weeks: making | (re)reading | putting | loving | balancing | getting | starting | looking | trying | thinking
It’s taken a while, but I’m finally starting to get back on track with my weekly photo project.