Hi there, thank you for stopping by my art blog. I wanted to share with you that this will be my last post on this blog in order to rest and limit my time on the computer. Due to some personal health concerns and my desire to seek God's word more, especially during a season in my life where my days are filled, I will be putting a halt to posting on my art blog, therefore this blog will currently be inactive but the remaining content will be available for you to view. Hopefully, I'll be able to continue this blog in the future.
My direction will focus more on sharing content on my Doodle Thinks blog as well as sharing any personal side projects on my art journal. You can also view some of my personal art work on my portfolio, and I will have all content on this blog still available to you including downloading any freebies. With this note, may you have a wonderful love filled day and a restful night.
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I love this quote by Joseph Chilton Pierce about living a creative life because I am forced to dig deep and ask myself questions such as, "What is attached to the fear of being wrong? How do I define living a creative life? What will happen when I choose to lose the fear of being wrong?" I want to share my thoughts with you and I hope you'll dig deep too.
What is attached to the fear of being wrong? To me, criticism and rejection are attached to the fear of being wrong. These reactions shouldn't scare us but rather, they could possibly inspire us, because criticism and rejection do not change who we are as an artist. They'll only propel us to be better artists. I welcome rejection because I know around the corner someone else is embracing my work. My words will still remain my words and my art will still exist no matter what others think of them. I've come to the conclusion that as an artist and writer, there will be people that will either like or dislike my work and that is okay .