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I need some sort of daily challenge to keep me creating (oh hello, blog. How nice to see you. Sure, sure, I'm doing well).

Ideas -

1. Daily photo. Of anything. As long as it's a decent photo.
2. Write at least five sentences in this blog every day.

Yeah...okay, I only have these two ideas so far, but you can only do so much in a day (on top of the rest of your life) anyway.

I got my sketchbook for The Sketchbook Project (http://www.thesketchbookproject.com) in the mail today. I can't wait to get started, although starting a new sketchbook is always daunting. I've never finished a sketchbook. I chose the theme "things that changed other things" because it can be very specific or very vague, depending on my mood.

I felt really cute today, walking around Bele Chere festival in Asheville with my bestie Michael on my arm, an arrowhead necklace (made by dad) around my neck, and my favorite vintage scarf 'round my head. I bought some kukicha tea at the Broad River Co-op. I got some McSweeney's postcards at Firestorm Cafe. We ate lunch AND dinner at The Laughing Seed, an all-veg restaurant. Asheville is awesome.

Wish I hadn't forgotten my camera.


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Jul. 26th, 2010 12:17 pm (UTC)
I've been doing project 365 (the photo-a-day one) siince 1/1 this year, and it's been fun for me! I made it the easiest I could for myself to follow through with, though: I take the photos from my Blackberry, and upload them same day. No editing and fanciness. A lot of people utilize the project to increase their photography skills, but for me it's really an exercise in journaling.
Jul. 26th, 2010 02:34 pm (UTC)
Yeah...unfortunately my phone camera is not all that great, so I'll have to remember to keep my regular camera with me. I just want to challenge myself to saying I'm going to do something and then following through, because I seem to have a problem with that...
Oct. 7th, 2010 12:05 pm (UTC)
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