#the100dayproject refresher: i’m drawing my aspirations every day for 100 days and posting them on instagram as part of the great discontent’s #the100dayproject.
my goal is two-fold: improve my drawing and increase the likelihood of achieving these goals through awareness of them.
it’s difficult, kids. i should’ve chosen 100 days of puddles. i’m nearly a week behind (i know!) but i figured out why.
part of the problem is the drawing. i want to improve, but it can be a drag. the disconnect between what i see and what i put on the page is astonishing. although the instructions i follow for my basic, cartoon-like drawing is sequential and linking geometric shapes, i tend to jump right in and get pretty two-dimensional about it.
the other issue is the content of the aspirations. sometimes they’re too personal and i don’t feel like going deep. i guess i also get two-dimensional emotionally. hence, the karaoke ambition. my instagram account is julia_gabrick if you want to follow me.
here’s some info. on the unlabeled drawings:
- “enough” is “own only what i need.”
- the mediating person is “not let anything get in the way of daily meditation.”
- the drum set is “learn to play them.”