According to my last survey, you like to read about my personal experience the most.
So, let’s dig in.
I was quite creative since I was a little kid. I like drawing and photography the most. I’m not really good in either of these things, but that’s the beauty of the art.
In today’s society you can take a blank piece of paper and call it an art. That’s what I love the most about it. The freedom.
Especially if you don’t make a living out of this. For me, it’s a hobby, so I allow myself more freedom and “mistakes” than elsewhere.
I can relax the most, if I combine some exercise and photography. A nice picture is also my motivation for walking uphill. I hate almost any form of exercise, but I love the views.
A short walk is enough too, especially since I’ve changed my meds and I really struggle with moving around.
If you’re inspired by little things, you don’t need to go far to take some nice pictures.
I don’t know how is this possible, but even in my darkest times when I wasn’t able to do anything useful, I was able to take some pictures. And even if I couldn’t express my emotions with my words, I could easily do it through my intense HDR style.
Feel free to follow me on Instagram for more pictures.
I wrote a guest post, covering this topic a little too. You can read it here.
What about you? How do you cope with your feelings, do you use art too?
*You can expect another “podcast” post next time. This one is so visual that adding an audio would be just too much. I hope you enjoyed my uphill views. 🙂