Last week I talked about soul hunger and how my soul hungers for passion. In relation to that, a question was posted in the comments.
Donna, Doni, Lady D asked me: Does your art not fulfill your passion. Do you need more? Do you know what it is you are missing?
Not all the time and yes, I do need more. I was asked once, if I paint every day and my answer was no. I'm not one of those artists who feel the need to paint everyday. I make myself do it for a challenge for a month every now and then but it becomes a chore more than enjoyment. I'm more likely to paint a couple of paintings at once than one every day.
I'm not sure if I know exactly what I'm missing but at the moment I feel like I need to travel. I used to travel every year and I guess that somewhat filled my soul. My last vacation was in 2010 and I'm long overdue. :)
Thank you very much to Donna and everyone else for your questions and helping me blog everyday for Blogtoberfest. If you have a question for me, leave it in the comments. :)
P.S. I'm a part of this awesome e-book Spark and Inspire that Robin Norgren put together.
This is her blurb:
Within these pages you will find the voices of over 40 creative entrepreneurs who run their businesses both online and in brick and mortar stores, who run workshops and sell in shows, who have a range of experiences and have been in business from 1 year to more than 25 years and who offer you no nonsense information on their processes and how they have been able to keep moving in tough economic times and how they have found a way to let good ideas go when the money was not in line with the dream. We are talking on a range of topics from collaborations to big leaps that did (and did not) come together as planned. We are talking about how to get at the soul of your business and how to stay excited about the work you offer the world.