Every month, I put together a list of everything that caught my attention. Here’s April.
It’s been an introspective two weeks. I’ve been: going | thinking | feeling | wondering | getting | waiting | starting | making | befriending | hoping
The last two weeks have been… good? Busy, but good. I’ve been: finding | resisting | planning | making | getting | wondering | starting | eating | thinking | refreshing
Now that I’ve taken some of the pressure off – and since I’ve had fresh flowers on hand to play with – this project is fun.
When it comes to the big picture, I have a three-month attention span.
It takes three months for that initial burst of energy and enthusiasm to fade.
It takes three months to lose sight of my big goals, and get bored with the day-to-day grind required to achieve them. Three months to start to question whether those goals are actually possible, and whether I’ve got the drive to see them through. Three months to start thinking ’I don’t feel like writing today. I’ll make it up tomorrow.’
In other words, March was difficult.