Tag: health

Ditching Google For Real World Creatve Inspiration

Reading Time: 4 minutes I decided to ditch typing in keywords in google and went looking for creative inspiration where it all started for me. Art Hop!

Day 20 [Reflection]: Sinking Below Good Enough

Reading Time: 3 minutes Between one and ten, with ten being unbearably painful, how much does it hurt to be a writer? Today, it was about a six. Enough to grit my teeth and maybe entertain giving up but no where close to being ready to do it. Enough to put a damper on my day without totally ruining

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[Day 5][Step-by-Step]: What do you Do About a Change That You Desire but Can’t Commit to?

Reading Time: 4 minutes I’ve figured it out! I don’t know about god, but the brain certainly works in mysterious ways when it comes to revelations. I had mine at 4 AM after a night of photography, drinks, dancing, and birthday celebrations. Last night I volunteered to take pictures at my friend’s Birthday party. It was  quite the affair and

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[Day 2]: “Tired, anxious but not really ashamed. “

Reading Time: 3 minutes Everything was good until last night when I got hung up writing my last post (oh the irony). That triggered a chain reaction that ended with me staying up and working past 11pm. In fact then I went to bed half past midnight. Tired, anxious but not really ashamed–because I got a ton of things done.

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[Day 1]: “Optimism and Positivity Can be F***ing Toxic”

Reading Time: 2 minutes I know there’s a billion articles that evangelize self-care, positive thinking, and optimism, but to be honest–optimism and being positive can be F***ing Toxic sometimes. In the beginning of building any new habit or developing a process the biggest concern are temptations–which do exactly what you would expect. But after temptations are conquered there comes

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[Day 0]: “Everything here feels like it should’ve been gotten rid of yesterday.”

Reading Time: 3 minutes Today was supposed to be “Day 1” of a brand new daily routine but like so many others, the change I’m looking for it seems is going to begin with disappointment. Not the “didn’t get that salary bump” sort of disappointment. More like realizing how many times you will have to hear an alarm clock

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