Happy Monday, friends!
It feels like it’s been awhile since I wrote a blog post… and even longer since I wrote a blog post that wasn’t a book review. To get back into the blogging groove, I thought I’d write a little update. I also thought I’d do it #The100DayProject-style, because…
I’m doing the #The100DayProject! I thought I’d hold off on announcing it because I wasn’t exactly sure what I wanted to do or if I’d even stick with it. But, as of yesterday I’ve consistently done my creative project every day, so… let’s hope I don’t completely fall off the bandwagon now! 😂
When I was trying to decide what to do for the project I couldn’t decide between 100 Days of Mornings or 100 Days of Poetry, so I decided to do both and see what stuck. (Not gonna lie, part of me thought it would be really cool if I did both every day for 100 days.) I think a poem a day for 100 days is a bit ambitious… at least for me, right now. I have written quite a few throughout the last 13 days, but I don’t have one for each day. I absolutely love the poems I’ve written, though, and it’s definitely put me in the mindset of keeping an eye out for poetic inspiration, so I consider it a success anyway.
My only rule for 100 Days of Mornings is that I need to take the photo before noon. Initially I anticipated taking these with my DSLR most of the time, but after a week of carrying around my camera and only taking pictures on my phone I realized that, for me, the point of this was just to see what my mornings look like. Where am I, what am I doing, what’s the world around me like, what changes will take place over the span of 100 days? So pictures with my phone are totally acceptable. I haven’t posted any of these on Insta yet, but I’ll start today and will use the hashtag #100daysofdreamermornings. If you want to follow along be sure to follow me and/or search the hashtag!