I love the idea of one a day, or a couple a week, but the necessity to post on a regular basis the evolution of your practice, of your work, of who you are and what you are becoming. It’s important, the practice. It’s the way we get better, do more, sculpt and mold ourselves as we sculpt and mold our work.
It’s important. You are important. Do it for you.
In 2015, many of you set your own daily or weekly goals. We asked four bloggers — a sketcher, poet, short story writer, and essayist — how they stayed motivated and inspired this year.
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