Question 12: Are you doing what you believe in or settling for what you are doing?
My Answer: While at times I doubt myself -- why do I blog? does anyone actually care about what I have to say? why do I try to sell the things I make? do people actually want this stuff? -- while I do have these thoughts, more often than I care to admit, I do believe in the purpose and aim of my blog and my little art shop.
My goal is to impact people with my words and my art -- to inspire you to live more joyfully, and to encourage you to dig deeper into the Word. Not everything I share is all butterflies and rainbows and unicorn poop. On the contrary, I try very hard to "keep it real". But I do want my readers to leave my blog, or my Instagram or Twitter feed, feeling better, not worse, about things in general. And I want my customers to get excited about using my embellishments -- in your journal or planner, or in your Bible, and I want you to get really excited about using something I made to brighten a friend's day.
I want to write and make beautiful things that make this world a bit more beautiful of a place.
So, yes, I believe in what I'm doing, 100%! And I am beyond grateful that I am able to say that.
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