Planning Ahead

It is advisable to plan ahead for most things. This gives you a chance to make corrections and improvements to the plan. Planning ahead is also good for Blog posts.

I have not been doing good with the blog post planning lately.

When I started blogging I was in school for a web development degree. I had things to write about. School life, balancing work, school, home and art, and I would write about the things I learned.

That was over four years ago. Up to the past two years, I had a lot to write about. My attempts to gain employment in my field, the failure at said endeavor, practicing code so I would not forget, and how I was going to move on when I finally gave up.  Plus all the feelings of worthlessness I had and resentment towards the school I went to.

I have less doubt at the moment. I know what I am doing. I am making art. I just do not have much else going on. No job that makes me want to cry, eat/sleep, or participate in activities that could get me put in jail. I let that go. No crazy things going on with the spouse that impacts my new art focus. Lastly, no huge things on the planning table that I can write about.

So, for all intents and purposes, I have not a lot going on. Nothing worth the time it would take to write about it.

I am thinking that a Q&A post would be cool.

Anyone have any questions I can answer?
Leave any questions in the comments and I will answer them.

Tulips and Carnations on wood

This was a painting I did for a co-worker in 2015. I was not sure how it was going to turn out, it was the first time I had painted on unfinished wood.


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