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I spend a lot of time thinking about content creation, art, and the meaning of my life.
At the end of May, I considered identifying an activity that I could do for a month. I’m talking about the proverbial 30-day challenge. I could do an art journal page every day, or write a poem every day.
I thought about it some more and realized that I don’t need the stress of an artificial commitment. Am I kind of flighty? Yes. Do I need to change? I would like to, but I’m not sure that I can.
Creativity is about rearranging stuff that’s already out there and presenting it in a new way. That is not an official definition.
There are days when I’m in the mood for scrapbooking. I go digital because there’s no mess.
I’ll post about cardmaking as an art journaling practice soon.
I’ve been blogging for a long time. I’m not entirely sure why I do it. There are days when I consider quitting, but I know that if I deleted this one, I would start a new one a week later. This blog is actually a record of my creative endeavors. It’s a museum of sorts. The blog sometimes helps me figure things out about life. That’s a good thing!
I think about starting a podcast sometimes. It wouldn’t have to be popular. No one would even have to listen to it. It would be a chance for me to create something. Maybe I’ll make a stand-alone episode just to say I did it.
I’ll be giving these ideas some thought, because that is what I do.
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