In the past 6 years, drawing has become not just a hobby for me, but something I am quite good at and something that relaxes me and helps me with anxiety and stress as much as nothing else.
Unfortunately I haven’t had too much time for drawing lately, due to grown-up responsibilities such as work and home chores.
Not doing it for so long has made me realize how much it really means to me – the creative outlet. I guess, if a person is born to be creative, it will not matter how important their day job is, they will still feel the need to express themselves through creating art in any shape or form.
For that reason, one of my most important New Year’s resolutions is to draw more often.
Published by Kristina
Hi Everyone, I am Kristina and I am 29 years old. Ever since I was a little girl, I loved everything creative.
I would play the piano, draw, paint, cook various dishes and adore DIYs. This is where I want to share all this with you.
For me creativity isn't simply a project, it is a way of life, it's a vent that helps me whenever I am stressed, sad or worried, and makes me even happier when I feel everything is OK.
I feel like, when we enter adulthood we lose something really important - the ability to be carefree, to be happy about the small things. Creating art in all shapes and forms helps me preserve my carefree spirit and enjoy my life, with all its pros and cons.
I am happy to share what I do with you, and I hope you will stay for a cup of coffee. ;)
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You’re a good artist! And I think it’s good to have something that you like to do. I feel the same way about drawing. So, that’s a really good resolution.
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Thank you! You’re so kind!