Crafting my website (yes I consider it an intangible craft) has become an adventure which I started on Day 1 of our 15 Days of Writing True class. I have built my content as I started my 100 Days Project, my food blog, my 'everyday favorites' blog, and my other writing class, Writing Room. Seeing my own website grow in the past fortnight has strengthened my belief that when we integrate our passion into our purpose, we can achieve great things. I still have areas for improvement, and while I am sitting here in my cube working, I think of ways to strengthen my voice, continue art journaling, and living with meaning. That way, work becomes a means for me to live the best life possible for me.
As you can see in the photo above, I have set-up my things in such a way that I could mindlessly grab them whenever I need them. This was a habit I have developed since I was a child. The desk may be different, and the books and notebooks may come and go. The system, however, remains. And with that, I try to apply the same to my blog. I have compartmentalized my life so that I will easily guide myself (and you!) to where I am at the moment. I can show myself how to be more organized in a visual manner, starting with my online oasis. And I can curate my experiences wisely, so that I can have a truly live without regrets.
We cannot delete real life. We can optimize the good memories though, and capitalize on them to propel us when times get challenging. Same goes with my writing. I have created my home, and I have reached the shore as far as the 15 Days of Writing True class is concerned. And yet, I have more days to write about, more adventures to dive into, and more thoughts to process. This is only the beginning.
Now, let me see what I can write about next.