Create Something Every Single Day

“Start with a big, fat, lump in your throat, start with a profound sense of wrong, a deep homesickness, or a crazy lovesickness, and run with it. If you imagine less, less will be what you undoubtedly deserve. Do what you love, and don’t stop until you get what you love. Work as hard as you can , imagine immensities, don’t compromise, and don’t waste time. Start now, not two weeks from now. Now.”
-Robert Frost

I’m starting something. Today.

Starting today, I will be creating something new every single day. That may be anything from a blog post, a video, a movie, a painting, etc.

“A musician must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write, if he is to be ultimately at peace with himself, what a man can be, he must be.”
-Abraham Maslow

As a creative, I must be constantly creating. When you make an effort to create something every single day, you will begin to get the wheel of your creative mind spinning. Each thing that you create keeps the wheel spinning; it begins to create momentum. This momentum carries you forward. It makes it a lot easier to keep the wheel spinning when there is constant momentum than to continuously start and stop the wheel.

I use my work to share with the world my heart. Each thing that I create has a part of my soul in it. So as I continue to create, I will continue to share who I am with the world.

By creating something new every single day, I will be holding myself accountable to be constantly creating, learning, and continuously growing. I am not sure how long this will go on for. I’m just excited to jump on board and start this journey. We’ll see what happens.

A journey is always better when it’s shared with others. If you want to join me on my creative journey to create something new every day, please join me and let me know, so that we can share what we create with each other. Or even better, write a response and share what you will be doing.

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