I think talking about failure as a creative is really difficult. There’s nuance to this conversation. First up, whatever you’re creating, your first book, your sixth film - whatever it is, it has every chance of touching people’s souls and making an abundance of money, connection, joy. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Fuck them. No one does art like you. No one. What you’re making is unique and has potential to go wild. You might already know all that. But I just wanted to remind you. Because this isn’t a post about how your ultimate failure is inevitable. I’m done with the “warnings”. I’m done with the bitter artists the shadow artists and the never artists constantly reminding me about my impending doom, because I choose to live life as I deeply desire. However, where my attitude towards failure has changed in the last five or six years is that I just don’t fear her any more. I’ve gotten so much cozier with fucking up. With accepting the failure, with writing stuff that doesn’t in any way connect to anyone. As I’ve experienced each failure and survived each failure, I’ve realised it’s just another opportunity to get more creative, to think of a new sparkling plan. To keep enjoying this journey. I might cry a bit. (A lot. Big Crier 🙋♀️)But then it’s back to the glittering drawing board. Okay so that didn’t work. How can I alter it? Switch it up? start fresh? The more I do this work, the more I fall in love with my art. The doing. Do you know how powerful I feel because I know that I can handle failure. Oh my god. I am unstoppable. Watch me go after all the magic, all the stories, the money, the connection, the joy. #amwriting#writersofinstagram#artistsofinstagram#art#creativity#creativitycoach#bookdoula#muse
It’s funny how we can so easily convince ourselves of liking or disliking things. I’ve never been someone who really enjoys writing, but this summer I decided to push myself and I started journaling every morning. Not about anything in particular, just my thoughts or feelings about the day to come or sometimes I would just practice my cursive alphabet, but my goal was to fill three pages a day. And I’m pretty proud of myself that I just filled up my first full notebook with my thoughts. So I guess I actually do enjoy writing? Because I’m already excited to fill up another one ✏️
“To me, the moon is very magical and intimate, despite its distance from us. Especially the crescent moon, because i feel that it represents the way we view each other, that we are shown just a glimpse of people’s true beauty. So placing the crescent moon on her face creates a special connection that many yearn to feel.” - @sammysoju 🌙 // Tag #localwolves to be featured ✨⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ —⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Photo by @sammysoju.
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