Reading Where Women Create Business on the front porch this evening with the sun and a glass of wine!
But then spring came and we moved, traveled the country, found a new place to live, got new jobs, and have been planning a wedding all the while. Don't get me wrong, all of the aforementioned things are good things, GREAT things. But I've lost some of my drive to develop my blog and business. I know that the number of transitions we have been experiencing the last 5 months have been many and that it is totally reasonable that my focus and energy have shifted. And, like I said, I'm not going to beat myself up about it. I just hope that once we get married (2 weeks from today!) and settle into our jobs (by November maybe?) I can regain some of the ambition to develop my artistic voice and business vision.
Playing around in the studio this morning, trying to get out of wedding mode for at least a little while!
Ahh, it felt good to get that all out! It's yucky to feel like you aren't working hard or digging deep for something that you are passionate about and I'm glad I could express that. I'm glad, too, that I realize that it's ok right now. That life is full and busy and good and that I need to deal with all of this transition and experience it fully. I'll get back on track. I'm very grateful for all of the people I've met through blogging and through the art groups that I am a part of on Facebook. Good people, good support, and so much inspiration and I know they understand what I'm saying. If you are reading, thanks guys! xo
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