I Don’t Want to Paint

This morning, I overslept, still woke up early enough to where I’m not leaving the door for work 20 minutes before my shift, but still enough that it caused a detriment to my morning routine. Even so, I found that I had some extra time today than I did yesterday (and I did manage to…

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Don’t Let A Bad Week Ruin Your Weekend

I’m sure you’ve had a terrible day, or a string of days at work. It wasn’t a single event that caused your stress and grief, not necessarily, but things going wrong just little by little. All the while, you’re getting more and more distressed without even having realized it. It doesn’t really matter what it…

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7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Become an Artist

I’m writing this more for myself. It seems like the more I pursue my art career, the more opportunities open up, and the more daunting it becomes. As I’ve said in the past, I’m personally struggling with a very odd Fear of Success (versus the fear of failure. Only instead of not trying because you’re…

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7 Things You Should Say to Yourself Like a Crazy Person

Monday Musings

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My Art Philosophy and the 5 Books that Shaped It

“Books are the REAL treasures of the world!” – Skeletor

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7 Day Lazy Morning Challenge: Day 2: Portrait of my husband

Welcome to the 7 Day Lazy Morning Challenge where we set up our week up ahead of time to wake up 2 hours earlier than we need to before work to spend 30 minutes minimum working on a particular project! My project being painting! Welp! This morning was a huge success! Not only, did I…

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7 Day Lazy Challenge: Day 2

For Day 1, click here. If you want to know exactly what this is, click here. Today was a much rougher start in comparison to yesterday. Even though this time I got an extra hour of sleep, it was difficult to wake up, and when I did, I was very slow and groggy. I woke…

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How to Stop Procrastinating and Focus on Your Art

You have art. You have beautiful art. You have art that if shared with the world, could affect the viewer on a deep and meaningful level. Maybe, if you weren’t appreciated in this life, your art could continue to live on and inspire a generation who could take more from your art in a way…

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