The last couple of weeks have been rough. I’ve been: adding | trying | shovelling | having | getting | planning | freezing | looking | organizing | starting
The last two weeks have been pretty good, all things considered. I’ve been: finishing | learning | making | working | feeling | organizing | hating | loving | revamping | looking
Every month, I share the articles and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in March: permission to keep writing, overcoming creative obstacles, the history of murder ballads, and more.
I fell into a bit of a trap this week. It’s a familiar one for me, one I seem to stumble into every time I want to make a big change, whether it’s with writing, or photography, or getting organized, or (this time) setting goals.
I start to think that other people have the answers, and that if I just read enough books or articles or blog posts, I’ll eventually stumble onto the right one, the one that brings everything into focus.
It never happens.
It’s been an eventful two weeks! I’ve been: reaching | feeling | sitting | organizing | watching | thinking | getting | falling | finding | missing
I thought that this was going to be a new monthly feature for the blog, but it’s really just a revamp of one that I let slide two years ago. This time, instead of sharing one cool thing every week, I’ll be doing a monthly roundup of all the things (articles, videos, et cetera) that I can’t stop thinking about. Enjoy!
Finally starting to get back on track. Sort of. The last few weeks, I’ve been: getting | clearing | loving | making | looking | trying | enduring | falling | hoping | wondering
In some ways, this weekly photo project is becoming a bit of a photo diary. I don’t mind.
As the year winds down and I start to make my plans for 2016, it seems like a good time to look back at the goals I set for this year.
exploring | writing | loving | hating | filling | thinking | cleaning | finding | hoping | feeling