Moodboard: Bright & Cheery


Hi guys! I hope you can guess my mood from today’s post. I woke up wanting to create something light and bright. I’ve been on a peanut butter and jelly kick lately, so I made some toast and then cranked this guy out. I’ve been feeling productive again, finally. I go in cycles, and sometimes I’m buckling down and going through the motions and other times I’m genuinely seeking and using every last minute of the day. It feels good to be on the foothill of another productive cycle!

I am almost on my two-week mark of no caffeine. I decided to cut out all caffeine and chocolate for two weeks since I was having trouble sleeping. The first week was AWFUL. I was cranky, napping, and pretty much hated life. I found myself substituting all kinds of sugar to try and feel better for the caffeine lack. I think I’m finally starting to regulate though. My energy is much more even throughout the day. I woke up on my own at 6:00am this morning (yay!). As for the chocolate, I’m going to start allowing that again after tomorrow.  The caffeine, however, I will avoid for a bit longer. It feels like it was so hard to get to this point and I feel nice and clean and addiction-free, so I don’t want to go back to the old habit right away!

I also spent some time this weekend creating a real portfolio. Previously I had a scrolling PDF with all my projects on it, but it was time to put my stuff on a grown-up site and let it be more interactive. You can check that out, here:

In addition to my graphic projects I’ve been doing more writing lately. I wake up almost every morning with a new idea for a fiction novel. In a way I feel like I’m tapping into a creative well, and then just letting the ideas go. I write all of them down, but I don’t develop them. I’ve got about 5,000 words into a murder mystery I’m working on, and another 7,000 into a self-help book. I finished a book earlier this year but kept it to myself because I felt like my own thoughts and opinions were changing so rapidly. I’d like to finish these books I’m working on, and write a bunch more, and get to the point where I feel comfortable pushing the ‘publish’ button. I don’t doubt my creativity or ideas, but I do wonder if my writing style would actually be interesting to read. Either way, I will keep writing. :)

Off to get some work done. Have a good day!

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