Look for what lights you up and do more of that.
It's good to keep some sort of record of our life because - speaking for me here - I get so forgetful. But when I look back at my photos or what I wrote here, it all comes back. And that's good. Right?
I just read what I wrote in my previous post and I smiled. No, I have absolutely no books to show. I still haven't finished the one I need to ship to US as a thank you gift. And I haven't done much creatively either. Which is making me think what did I do? And aha! I illustrated a healing book! That was huge for me and I am so thankful to my teacher that he asked me if I had the time for this challenge. So I was a bit creative after all. Not showing anything though, it needs to be published first which will happen in 2020.
I can show you the creative prompts for #My52in2019 till now... because - pretty :)
I managed to draw a few prompts too but am falling behind again. Di's Sketchpack Project sure helped immensely as I was on track till pretty much the last day. So at least this year, I won't be drawing everything till midnight on December 31st :) Hope so!
On a completely unrelated note - I went through my old blog over on blogspot - madebynini.blogspot.com/ - which I stopped writing in 2017 and started again here in 2018. These two blogs are so different, they are both from me but have completely different vibes. Reading the "made by nini" one made me realize I would still like to be that person very much. I hope I can channel her again so please, do drop by as you are very warmly invited.
I think I will use "made by nini" for my creative offerings. For all the things I make and offer in my Etsy shop - kinda my WIP blog with a tutorial here and there. Maybe. But definitely creative stuff. What say you? Let me know please, I'm tired of writing into the void here :D
Wishing you a lovely autumn - it's so gorgeous out there these days - and thank you for reading. All the best, always.
is a creative soul, explorer of greater realities and nature lover
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