This is where things start to get tricky. I’ve been taking photos every day for three weeks, and… I’m starting to run out of ideas.
I was genuinely nervous to start this 366 project. Like… if I hadn’t announced it here, I might have backed out at the last minute. I was tempted.
But I’m so glad I got over myself and started.
The last few weeks have been exhausting. Seriously. I've been: surviving | making | missing | enduring | looking | craving | going | feeling | collecting | wishing
The last two weeks went by in a flash, but they've been really good. I've been: wishing | wondering | realizing | feeling | trying | looking | realizing | finding | loving | drinking
Most months, I take this post as an opportunity to reflect on the creative goals I’d set, and decide what I want to try to do in the coming month. Sometimes, taking that time to reflect leads me in a direction that doesn’t really fit into the standard format I’ve established for these ‘sketchbooks.’
Which is a roundabout way of saying this might be long, and it might ramble a bit. I’m trying to figure out some stuff, here, and if this isn’t the best way for me to do it, at least it’s been effective in the past.
Ok? Let’s go.
The way I’ve been managing my creative life - the things I’m working on, my creative energy, my time - isn’t working.
I made it!
And I did it in the 12-14 days I said I would! (This roundup is happening about a week late, because the last week has been a bit of a mess.)
It's been a ridiculously hot and humid two weeks. It feels like all I've been doing is trying not to melt. But I've been: waking | wondering | brainstorming | making | updating | planning | taking | wishing | trying | getting
I'm honestly starting to freak myself out with this. Just a little.
I've managed to stay (mostly) on schedule for more than one week in a row!
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.
I might have freaked out - just a little - when it came time to actually start this project.