You can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page. Jodi Picoult
After many months on and off with my writing, finally, I’m getting back to it. I had mixed feelings about it and my critical voice was speaking aloud.
I don’t know what I was afraid of, since I write for myself, to put on the pages what needs to come out of my mind, to clear my ideas, in general, to make sense of myself. It’s not that I’ll publish it or defense a thesis about it. It’s more a kind of lone therapy.
Well, my mind is playing many tricks recently, some of them dangerous, so it’s better to put everything clear on the paper and don’t let these tricks take over.
We are all just canvases for our scars – Jodi Picoult
Noticing how a little gesture can light up my mind. I got these beautiful tiny flowers at the grocery store today. Why not? a gift for myself, I deserve it!
It’s snowing, all grey and cold out there, now at least my living room as colour and freshness. Hoping to give a break in my mood, I don’t know if it is depression, winter blues, but I need to recharge and take care of myself.
I just love Picoult’s quote from the Spark of light! It reminds of acceptance, and I need to be reminded of it all the time.
It is difficult to start a new path, but you will find the way, you will erase the old path and make a new one, little by little, stone by stone. It will be yours and no one else.
When you realize that most of your life has been spent to please others, the only option is to go ahead and try to put yourself up in the chain. Take a bath of self-love and self-respect, be yourself for now on. People come and people go, but you need to stick with yourself, so take a better care of this body and this soul, do what pleases them.
I decided to start a series with my art pages, I’m naming it a random page. I love the frame of my noticing series, so why not starting one with my art pages. Hope you enjoy it!
November is here with its the coziness and colours. It’s time to reflect and be present. It’s also the gratitude month. A long time I don’t write a gratitude list, I think about things I’m grateful for, but I haven’t put them on paper. Now it’s the right time for it.
Noticing how much I like to rip pages of magazines, it’s calming! I made these 4 pages during the weekend using the prompts from @createwithmethursdays, an Instagram challenge on Thursdays. I had a busy Thursday and didn’t have time to join the challenge, so I saved the prompts (Green, Love, Hope, and Faith) for the weekend.