Happy Day Light Savings Time week, Americans! Funny how that one hour time change makes everything feel so weird during the first few days. The time change is giving me a little extra morning studio time before leaving for work.
Here are a few practices in watercolor texture for Fall. If you have watercolors, I encourage you to pull them out, pour a cup of tea and play.
Due to said time change, I find myself struggling to stay awake past 8 in the evening...and that leaves me thinking about time.
The realities of the time constraints working full time have been evident. But ultimately we all have the same amount of time in each day. It's how we choose to use it that matters.
My choices include trying to wake up early in the morning, while the moon is still out. Reading more and swimming whenever I can. (OK that's a lie, sometimes I make excuses and don't go the gym...But at least I still think about swimming on a daily basis.)
I've also recently decided I'd follow only one social media platform and let the others go. More time offline is going to be a new luxury I gift myself this holiday season.
The biggest struggle for me in all of this though is my inability to stop working on a task when it's time to put something down. I simply don't like to leave things unfinished. Often ignoring the constraints that time provides for the sake of balance.
“The future is something which everyone reaches at the rate of sixty minutes an hour, whatever he does, whoever he is.”
― C.S. Lewis