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 6

Hello! Welcome to Day 6 out of the 7 Day Laziness challenge, where we set up our week in advance so that we have to work HARDER to hit the snooze button and go back to sleep than wake up early and get our day started and can actually start our day with a little…

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7 Day Lazy Challenge: Day 5

Welcome to the 7 Day Lazy Challenge where we set up our week ahead time to wake up at 5 am to allow us 30 minutes of building our skills for 7 days! We are on Day 5. Here is what I worked on: I’m really enjoying the graphite drawing with the colored pencil bit…

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7 Day Lazy Challenge: Day 4

Today is my first day back to work from my stay cation. Getting up was difficult again, but I was still able to wake up at 5 with minimal effort to do art for 30 minutes. Here is what I worked on today: I was having a bit of art block, so I opened my…

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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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7 Day Lazy Challenge: Day 1

Day 1 of the Lazy Challenge was a success! I was able to wake up at 5 am with no problems (my body may have tried to sleep through my alarm though, but thankfully my husband was there to wake me up). When I set my alarm the night before and saw how little sleep…

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7 Day Lazy Challenge

Or… “How to be Lazy and Accomplished at the Same Time.” I thought 7 Day Lazy Challenge sounded catchier than the 7 Day Productive Laziness challenge. Let’s begin. Due to excessive burnout at my full-time job, my art habits that I’ve worked so hard to foster kind of fell by the wayside. Before, I was…

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