Month: May 2018

  • Inspired | May 2018

    Every month, I share the articles, videos, and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in May.

  • Sketchbook #33

    I wasn’t quite sure what to expect going into May.

    I finished April feeling good about how I was approaching my goals. I was feeling really good about the first draft of The Black Sun and my writing routine in general, but not so great about Violet Lane. And kind of awful about my photography. And I wasn’t exactly clear on my goals for May; I knew I wanted to keep moving forward, but beyond that…?

    So I have no real metrics with which to judge May. Vague emotional impressions, it is!

  • Snapshot #101 | 10 Things for 20 May 2018

    I’m feeling kind of good about the last two weeks. I’ve been: working | processing | hemming | thinking | building | starting | getting | troubleshooting | considering | daydreaming

  • 100 Days of Black & White: #031-040

    100 Days of Black & White: Day 37 | Reghan Skerry

    This is what happened: I thought I was done putting too much pressure on myself with this project. And then I missed a day (lack of inspiration, or motivation, or something else… I can’t remember at this point), and then two days, and then I started feeling anxious about how the project had stalled….


  • Snapshot #100 | 10 Things for 6 May 2018

    Merlin | Reghan Skerry

    The last two weeks have been so busy. In a good way. I’ve been: thinking | trying | making | wondering | struggling | putting | managing | spending | having | starting

  • Sketchbook #32

    I had one big goal in April: to get over the ennui and inertia of March and find my focus again. (So… nothing too big, then?)

    I think I succeeded. Mostly.

    The first step was reviewing and revising my long-term goals, and figuring out how to keep them top-of-mind. And that’s actually been the biggest change I’ve made this month: I’ve completely changed the way I set and keep track of my goals, and I’m working to modify the ways I juggle day-to-day tasks and projects. I’ve taken some big steps, but the whole thing still feels very much like a work-in-progress; I’m still making little changes, and figuring out the flaws in my new systems, but I do feel like I’m (finally) on the right track. (I’ll go into more detail later, once I’ve ironed out the kinks. The whole thing feels like it merits its own post.)

    That’s the general. And I’ll be honest: the general is working better than the specific for me right now.

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