These last few weeks of COVID have given me a chance to really get in touch with what I want both socially and creatively and I’m excited to see more of that in my future.
Staying connected in COVID-19 is a challenge, but I’m so grateful for the friends and family I can stay connected with in this time. Hopefully my ideas help you stay sane and social as well until this all ends!
It’s comforting to hear other voices in your head while you work or clean or study especially if you’re stuck doing all of that at home for now. I hope these suggestions help you feel a little bit less alone and a lot more entertained.
Daily habit tracking practice in COVID-19 from Hawaiian Quarantine Chris!
Thank you for following this queer artist’s journey through life, art and mental health. Stay creative, stay generous, stay you. You got this. Now go make something! Hug a tree for me. My Poetry Book “One Year With A Fallen Angel”: http://theepicplace.com/poetry/ My Instagram http://www.instagram.com/theepicplace My Website http://www.TheEpicPlace.com Email me email@example.com
Thank you for following this queer artist’s journey through life, art and mental health. Stay creative, stay generous, stay you. You got this. Hug a tree for me.
My Poetry Book “One Year With A Fallen Angel”: http://theepicplace.com/poetry/
My Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/theepicplace
Email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for watching my Epic Lookback series! It sure was therapeutic to make and I appreciate each and every one of you who watched even one video from it! It was definetely a self-focused project but I feel I needed to be self-focused for awhile and I love that anyone at all got to share my journey with me. You guys are the best.
More of a three year lookback than a monthly lookback but I felt like it’s what I needed to share this month. I’m nearing the end of the series but I can promise you more of a cozy lighthearted lookback for the final one in December. I hope my story is encouraging to some of you out there!
It’s been a busy one but we’re getting closer to school, closer to adulting in any kind of organized way, and while it may not be flashy it sure feels good to get this stuff done.
I’ve found my new addiction, or maybe I’m just now admitting to a very old one, but I’m in love with my new babies and not I’m afraid to show it.