Twenty-two dollars seems like a lot of money (if we share the same financial status), but twenty-two years doesn’t seem as hefty. Twenty-two is fresh and young; it’s dipping your toes into the pool of Adulthood. My last two decades have been spent navigating the educational jungle, and I recently emerged victorious with a degree in biology and two minors: innovation and fisheries/aquatic sciences.
I have always been a creative human. I love to draw, paint, and learn new techniques. Once I began college, my time devoted to creativity essentially shriveled into nothing. It was like I forgot to water my plants…for 4 years. Now that I have graduated I am entering “true adulthood.” I want to make more of an effort to be creative because it makes me happy. This blog will serve as my creative space where I can post my art, pictures, and occasional observations.
To be honest, the stuff I’m going to post now is not at a quality that I’d like it to be, but keep in mind I’m working with 99¢ craft acrylic paint, cheap brushes, old pens, and markers meant for children. But practice doesn’t have to be perfect.