I was told to do this

I was re-reading Austin Kleon's book, 'Show your Work'. This is the second time I've read the book, as the first time changed the way think about being a somewhat creative person. After reading it, I started my side project/website-that-only-five-people-have-visited, Eyescore.net, and it opened up my mind to showing work that I haven't yet deemed as perfect, or even good enough. It is a liberating experience though; forcing myself to share music and art that I am working on is scary, but I guess necessary.

So the second time around reading 'Show your Work', I grasped on to Kleon's claim that his successes are due to his blog. And here I am. Blogging. In a show-my-work spirit, I will post what I am working on, how I'm feeling, big dreams, grand life purposes, etc. I guess it's obvious that I am not embracing the blogging idea whole-heartedly. Let's see how long this lasts...


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