Day 11 … half-way through the 21 days. I didn’t know if I would make it to this point without a pause. My computer has been wonky. I made an appointment to meet the computer people from Guadalajara, and, of course, by the time they got here, it was working perfectly. Something’s going on, but for now I’m on track.
My morning creative routine is settling into place and I’m finding that, for me, there are two keys: setting up the night before so that nothing’s in my way when I get up, and the phone alerts that mark the timed, 50-minute work blocks. Plus, knowing that all of this happens in the morning which leaves my afternoons free for exploring, having lunch with a friend, reading or whatever.
I also really like the “Way of Life” app which calls to me to review my habits at the end of each day and gives me a visual of how I did for the day.
Challenge #11. This called for a triptych of a story in three acts: Setting, Character, and Climax. Years ago I wrote several “50 words or less” stories so I used one of them in the image above. Very fun to find photos to pair with the words.
This post was prompted by Sebastian Michael's "21 Days to Creative Living" and "Photoshop Artistry" programs. More information here.