For days now, I have been thinking in posting something but my fears don’t allow me. I think that I have to write something formal, something useful about Illustration and writing those posts takes time, that’s why I have been avoiding it.
Paola here 😇 I was this close 👌 to not post today but here I’m writing 🤷♀️.
This has been a busy week so I have been re-planning and rethinking about my posting schedule for this blog and YouTube. It has been confusing because editing YouTube videos and blog post takes a while and I have been pressuring myself to post constantly in both platforms.
When I planned my schedule at the beginning of this journey I thought I would just post fast stuff here and there in both platforms but during these months it has changed. I discovered that I love dedicating time to these projects so it wasn’t going to be as easy as I thought.
“A question is just an opportunity to be honest” –Byron Katie
I started wondering why it is so hard for me to say “NO”. Sometimes, I say it but I feel guilty afterwards, like wrong and I was wondering why it is so hard inside my mind to be honest. So I started researching on google and I found this article:
I liked it, I think that is a good introduction to the main question: “Why is it so hard to say “No”?” but for me it wasn’t completely clear, so I continued with my research and as always I decided to look for Byron Katie’s experience and I found this video:
Video 1: How to be grateful for the opportunity to be honest — The Work of Byron Katie