I love art memes even though I’m not much of an artist. They’re practically the only thing that motivates me to practice. I wish I had the time to do literally everything.
I really struggled on the dislikes. Everything I dislike pretty much comes back to “hate.” I always always take the dislikes/pet peeves/things you hate too seriously. I know I have some things I mildly dislike, but I don’t dislike those things enough to call them out? Like… olives? Not super into them, but I have been working on eating them anyway. I think of foods I dislike as a challenge. Obviously, I don’t eat meat. It wasn’t my favorite food when I did eat it, but I don’t feel strongly about disliking it. Anyway, I overthink. I think it’s fun to see those little whatever-things that people dislike. Think think think. Okay: I’m not super into war based video games, eggs, the color pink, cheap chocolate, or toe socks.
I could have gone on and on with the things I like, though! I keep thinking of things I wish I had included. Like Dinosaurs, Lego, Video Games, Gothic novels, Bullet Journals, the color orange, on and on and on. Liking things is the best, I recommend it.
I started using the bullet journal system in January. It has really helped me keep track of all the things, and helped me feel a lot less anxious on a day to day basis. I made a video where I flip through it and talk too much. If you’re curious, watch it below!
Stuff I mentioned:
I had some vague ambition to polish these comics up a bit, but it was a pretty rough day and I guess I’m okay with the comics representing that.
February 1, 2016:
Yesterday was hourly comic day. I guess I jump on to every creative bandwagon that I can. I think I have an extra stomach that feeds on creative pursuits and it’s always kind of starving.
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