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SelfLove365, Year 3, Day 77: Release
SelfLove365, Year 3, Day 78: Curiosity
SelfLove365, Year 3, Day 79: Paradox
Here are the last few days of my SelfLove365 project!
SelfLove365, Year 3, Day 71: Nourish.
SelfLove365, Year 3, Day 72: Creation
SelfLove365, Year 3, Day 73: Positive Impact
SelfLove365, Year 3, Day 70: Lonely
SelfLove365, Year 3, Day 69: Mandy
SelfLove365, Year 3, Day 67: Fun is Important
SelfLove365, Year 3, Day 66: The Gap
So, I’m back.
I began another SelfLove365 project in January, although it took me a few days to figure out what I wanted to do. The first year, I drew something I liked about myself, in a 1″ x 1″ square, every day. The second year (last year), I wrote about self love, using the previous year’s square for inspiration. As last year’s project drew to completion, I knew that I wanted to continue with my daily practice, but I couldn’t think of something that felt right. At first, I wanted to do a gratitude project of some kind, during which I would make a painting for a person in my life… daily? Weekly? It didn’t feel right to switch my SelfLove365 project to a weekly thing, but I also couldn’t imagine getting one painting finished per day, at least, not at this point in my life.
My friend Mandy and I had been discussing getting matching skull tattoos together, and she wanted me to draw it. I decided to practice drawing skulls, and after doing a little bit of journaling around the image, I knew my next project had begun. The whole point of SelfLove365, as the name implies, is to practice a little bit of self love on a daily basis. For me, that means a daily creative act. So, this year, I chose daily drawing and journaling. Initially I kept with the anatomical theme, and then eventually started including live body parts (as opposed to cadaverous) and faces. Then, I had a friend ask me to draw him, and enjoyed it enough to continue with the portrait theme. So… because I have waited so long to blog about my new project, I have many images to share with you! I hope you enjoy SelfLove365 so far!