I’m starting to feel a little impatient with my job. I really enjoyed it at first, but now it feels like I’m going through the same motions every day and nothing is building up to anything – and I’m a very goal oriented person. I realized that I need to get more proactive about my creative projects at home or else I’ll go insane. But I didn’t know what exactly to do…
Last night Mike had a brilliant questions for me: what was your favorite assignment in college?
I thought and thought and then remembered an assignment which I spent hours on even though it was only supposed to take 2 or 3 hours. I put everything else on hold as I finished this assignment. It was a graphic novel for my memoirs class. When I was done, not only did my entire class flip over it, I was really proud of it. It was even put in the first edition of our short-lived college newspaper (art students weren’t really into college newspapers).
And so, I realized something I want to start spending my energy on: graphic novels. And since I was first introduced to it through an assignment I’m giving myself a new assignment. I will post my first installment next week on the HeSo Project! Stay tuned!!!
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