My head has been all over the place. The “Virus Roulette” has me terrified. My past experiences with “upper respiratory” infections usually wind up with me pretty sick and on a course of antibiotics for secondary infections. I have been exercising daily, eating better and cutting sugar from my diet trying to make myself as inhabitable as possible. I pray it passes me by.
In the meantime, creativity is always my friend. I create every day. Here are some samples of how my days have been going…
It’s GROUNDHOG Day! Forget the Superbowl! Today is Phil’s Day and he predicted an early Spring! That’s right, while snowing, Phil was brought out to make his predictions and to meet his fans, some came from as far away as the Ukraine to see Phil!
One of my favorite days of the year. Watch the prediction and then watch Bill Murray in “Groundhog Day!”
Florida is experiencing a cold snap and it got down to 48 here in the Jensen Beach area.
The Superbowl is today and we’re predicting a win for Andy Reid and the Chiefs.
Here is last week’s daily doodles, which ended today. This past week was a week of changes in my productivity process. I am using the Pomodoro Technique to stay focused and manage my time better. I have also been using a Bullet Journal for the past several years instead of a planner. The creator of the Bullet Journal, Ryder Carroll, has written a book recently and I am reading it and streamlining my daily planning even more than before. The book is very helpful.
The Pomodoro Technique is a helpful time management technique because you are making a commitment to work in blocks of time with taking a 5 min break between them. It helps keep you focused while not burning you out. Plus it helps you manage distractions and interruptions, which is my issue. There is a book that you can digitally download from the library that explains the process and there are plenty of YouTube videos.
The two methods together are a game changer for me.
Here is last week’s daily doodles, which ended today. This past week was a week of changes in my productivity process. I am using the Pomodoro Technique to stay focused and to commit blocks of time for getting my work done. I have also been using a Bullet Journal for the past several years instead of a planner. The creator of the Bullet Journal, Ryder Carroll
I am working on the Tiny Sketchbook Project for The Sketchbook Project, a library in Brooklyn that houses thousands of sketchbooks.
I have worked on cats for so long that I began a 100 day project of sketching chihuahuas to give myself a break. That segued into doing Chi’s for the Tiny Sketchbook Project. The book is almost complete and I will be mailing it out shortly. I will be scanning and posting all the spreads but in the meantime, here’s a teaser….the pencil gives you an idea of the scale of this sketchbook. I love working tiny!
Well it’s that time of year again. NFL Championships. Eagles didn’t make it thanks to the dirty hit by Seattle that gave Wentz a concussion. We’re still scratching our heads over how that wasn’t a personal foul. And our backup QB was playing with an injury. Oh well. Movin’ on to the 2020 season…. Phillies will be playing soon. Haven’t watched any hockey since we moved to Florida. Seems pointless.
In the meantime….our “in season” predictions were San Fran and the Ravens… but the Ravens rolled over and played dead like a bunch of ‘possums last weekend so that leaves KC or the Titans. And since it’s Antarctic temps in KC right now, I am picking KC to win (since they are used to the cold.). I’m female and that’s my logic.
Here is last week’s doodle page with proof of my predictions. Eat your heart out Vegas.