Good thing I don’t procrastinate

I committed to posting on this blog each day for 100 days and I successfully delivered for a whole 4 days. Drop the mic, pat myself on the back.

I launched this site soon after I learned of the 100 Day Project. Knowing myself as I do – I know I have the tendency to get excited about new projects, let older projects float away, get bored with this new project, and then think of the next one. I’m pretty sure most humans on Earth work pretty much the same way, but I decided to do something about it.

I committed to posting on this blog each day for 100 days and I successfully delivered for a whole 4 days. Drop the mic, pat myself on the back.

Eh, I’m not worried though. This site, and the commitment to it have had a positive effect on how I view creating. I’ve been stopping more often to take pictures, noticing the world around me a bit more and in different ways. Holly and I set out for a photo-taking walkabout and, even though we didn’t quite make it today, we had a lot of fun in the warm weather and I took some more videos for my video project for The Moon.

I realized lately that sometimes I used to think that I had to step out of my normal life to feed the creative side, but it’s really more about constantly putting work into living a creative life.

OK – that’s post #1 of the 3 I have to do tonight in order to catch up. Whoo!!!