A lesson I never seem to stop learning is “find a small concrete thing you can do right now.”
Ideally I’d like everything I do to be in service of an important priority. Realistically, sometimes it’s best to pick something that’s small and produces a concrete result.
My next two week project will be an article using text and images to show how I created a gift for a friend’s 50th birthday. This project appeals to me because:
- It was a fun solution to a tricky problem: finding a meaningful, light-hearted gift for a woman’s 50th birthday. (Hint: most women don’t enjoy getting cards that say “Hey old bag your birthday cake is a fire hazard! Ha ha ha.”)
- It was a lot of fun to create.
- I love how the card turned out!