This year I made an emotional commitment to myself to do one creative thing a day—big or small. I’ve always felt very internally creative—I have a lot of ideas for things I want to make but different forms of fear have stood in the way. What if it’s bad? What if no one cares? It’s probably stupid, I’m not gonna share it. All thoughts I’ve had. But I’ve felt pretty restless and I started the year with a lot of creative energy that I’ve been wanting to channel lately. So I’ve been doing just that. And I’ve been having fun creating dumb things just for me. I’ve been making art that’s probably pretty shitty. But if I don’t start making bad art now, I’ll never grow my creative muscle so I can start making good art down the road. So I’m finding my pace, my creative niche and voice. I’m messing around and having fun with it. I think the most important thing for me is to create something that is emotionally honest and pure and without over thinking it. It feels pretty good to share things without reservation and without caring if anyone likes it. Because if I like it, then right now, that’s all that matters. And if it resonates with just one person, then that’s cool too. So I’m excited to go on this creative journey and I’ll keep sharing the things that I make. And if you’ve read this far, you can see some of the things I’ve been making at @ourcollectiveheartbeat and you can follow along if you’d like. Ok that’s all, thanks for reading, if you did.