The truth is, I only had a protein shake. A shake that was hearty and served the purpose of keeping me full until lunch, but not anything like bacon and eggs, or french toast, or pancakes. It growled and gurgled and I sort of started to giggle.
But as the giggles subsided I started to think of this place and how it's not about whether life is good or bad, happy or sad, nutritious or delicious, our job as humans is digestion. Sometimes we're digesting food, pulling what's important and life-sustaining. Sometimes we're digesting big news, removing the bits and pieces that change our life. Sometimes we're digesting what's happening daily, our routines and our movements.
And as bloggers we digest online. We take our daily life, mundane moments, and environments and we consume them, spill them out here in our online spaces in an attempt to create energy, creative energy, from them for you.
This growling belly and digestive moment started my mind thinking about creativity, about the way my mind and soul works in a rhythm similar to my gut. And from that came this series, a series on my creative process, a series I'm hoping will enrich your process as well as help me to glean greater goodness from my work.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -I'll be covering a half dozen different topics that range from what inspires me and how my mind mulls over happenings, but if you've got specific questions or interests, feel free to let me know. Email, text, comment, any way you wish to get in touch with me.