Entry 1:2


This blog is mostly about me finding myself as an artist. I have 182 days till the Spring semester starts at Academy Art and I feel that I have much to learn, do, and become before I step foot into a single class. I have always had a low self confidence in not just my art but myself. So I have been contemplating the idea of this blog for a while now. As lame as it may sound I have even shed a few tears.

See the thing is, I had hit a real rough patch a few years ago and let my self fall into a sixteen foot ditch. I felt as if my every dream was floating pass me on a white puffy cloud. A few years later I can gladly admit that I have reached a few of my accomplishments but I’m still not at the level I feel I need to be.

With that said, I need to not just grow as an artist, but as a human that is confident and faithful in my self and vision. From figuring out not just how to live on a budget but learning the discipline to stick to it, to developing a bag full of film, to finding confidence in myself, creating a product line, building a stronger relationship with God, getting back in touch with my art photography, and so much more.

Yes, it seems like a lot. But I have 182 days to make at least one of those things happen. As long as I try, as long as I post this damn blog, I feel that I am honestly able. So here’s to finding myself and becoming the artist I wish to be.

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2 thoughts on “Entry 1:2

  1. That's exactly how I feel right now.. I mean I know I'm not old enough to actually go through some things but I am at the place in my life where I am trying to become a better person and where I can start being completely honest with myself.

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  2. Just keep your head up and believe in yourself. Find what it is you want to do with your life, we have all been given a purpose. Then committ to it. But my problem is I doubt myself. I'm learning that you have to be honest with yourself. Two Quotes from Iyanla Vanzant I love: “The truth is that God believes in me” and “Trust in self is Trust in the Devine.”

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