The last two weeks have been pretty good. I’ve been: simplifying | choosing | starting | trying | getting | tearing | kicking | realizing | taking | hoping
The last two weeks have been stressful, you guys. I’ve been: reorganizing | figuring | wondering | drinking | trying | troubleshooting | thinking | wishing | getting | wanting
It’s been an interesting couple of weeks. I’ve been: realizing | ordering | having | wishing | regrouping | turning | trying | solving | getting | starting
Things have been getting back to normal the last couple of weeks. I’ve been: eating | noticing | finishing | tackling | hoping | looking | troubleshooting | taking | cleaning | trying
I’m feeling kind of good about the last two weeks. I’ve been: working | processing | hemming | thinking | building | starting | getting | troubleshooting | considering | daydreaming
I’m moving the site to a new host (more on that in a few days, probably), which means a new design (which is good!) and potential weirdness (which is… not).
The last two weeks, I’ve been: feeling | making | researching | editing | missing | putting | rethinking | thinking | trying | wishing
Ok! The last two weeks, I’ve been: fixing | working | having | running | re-watching | finalizing | doing | looking | playing | making
I had high hopes for August. Realistic hopes—slowly increase my daily word count, update my portfolio and try to get back to work on my 52 Week Photo Project, and try to figure out how to stay out of the creative rut that I’d fallen into earlier in the summer—but they were still kind of optimistic. And they were all going well at the beginning of the month.
And then the computer decided to freak out on me: writing (or at least typing) became extremely difficult, photo editing became impossible, and I suddenly had to spend most of my time first troubleshooting the computer I’d been using for six years, and then transitioning to a brand new machine.
So… August hasn’t exactly been my most creative month.
So, I know that I haven’t been keeping up with the “weekly” part of the project. That’s mostly just me being lazy and unmotivated, and I apologize.