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Staying connected.

In what ways.. signing up for new classes or creating opportunities to meet like minded people, let’s dive in. I canceled my gym membership and signed up for virtual classes lead by an amazing instructor up in New York. I chose the weekly pass to be more bang for my money, so far it’s been great. 4 times a week, 30 minutes sessions with people from all over the world. I will admit, I was a bit intimidated at first but took the opportunity and I’ve been loving it. I could use familiar apps to get my work out in but I really wanted to challenge myself and I am glad I did it. Sunday’s are reserved for life drawing, I’ve...

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Drink & Draw (virtual)

90 minutes of uninterrupted drawing of a live model. You choose your media and they facilitate the agenda for the session. This was quite challenging for me because I wouldn’t use my time wisely sporadically in this session. I felt insecure of my ability to translate what I could see. I tend to use materials that can not be removed easily. This encourages me to focus on drawing and not processing. I felt like the more I released of any tension the more fluid my lines were. I could see the tense in my lines in certain poses but I’m glad I can acknowledge what I experienced and my willingness to continue to challenge myself.

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ABCs.

Monday’s can be quite annoying if you aren’t prepared, take some time on Sunday to prepare yourself for the upcoming week to ensure you start strong. I try to make my brain available for at least 30 minutes to conceptualize what I want my week to look like and how I plan to be successful. Sometimes it’s nice to be ahead of yourself, it gives opportunity a space to develop. I get a lot of anxiety when I don’t map my days out. I go far as mapping out short and long term goal to make sure I am aligned with my goals. Not every day is going to be pleasant but if you start off strong you can only...

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Night Cap

Had a blast in charlotte over the weekend, spent a few hours outside of my comfort to encourage myself to take risk and work on my craft. Unfortunately I was not able to complete more of my piece but I’m sure I’ll get around to it in the near future. With being said, the cover for this blog post will be the sketch I drew this weekend. Hope everyone had an amazing weekend filled with laughter, vibes and me time.

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