If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you’ve seen an image very similar to this one. It was featured in a post titled “Late for the Party” in which I outlined my plans to participate in an online creativity challenge. The challenge began in April 2020, but I wasn’t aware of it until later, so I was, indeed “late for the party”.
My experience with the challenge was a mix of good, bad, happy, and sad, but before I go on, I should explain the challenge. It’s known as the 100 Day Project, and you can find additional information online. Essentially it’s a means for increasing creativity. You choose a creative project — it can be anything — and you commit to working on it every day for 100 days.
I don’t adhere strictly to the “rules” of the challenge. I don’t share my work…
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