Dear resilient woman,
Please remember your worth.
Remember you don’t need to be Superwoman or Mother Gaia.
You are a human being.
Remember that you’re trying your best in this crazy, fast-paced world, and that is enough.
Starting a creative art business is hard. I’m sure starting any business is tougher than people expect. Staying curious, inspired and motivated is essential to keep moving forward.
Combining a love of creativity with wanting to share awareness of animal and wildlife rescue worldwide, drives me on. But there have been times when I have felt so challenged.
Hours of energy and devotion go in, with no guaranteed results. The building blocks take time. Sometimes things flow, other times it’s a struggle. And creating can be a lonely process, unless you are surrounded by a creative community.
Levison Wood is a British writer, explorer and photographer. Last night, I ventured to the Hall for Cornwall – fighting against the ‘Beast from the East’ snowstorm, to experience an evening with Levison Wood and his good friend Alberto Caceres. Levison gave a talk about travel and why we put ourselves through the trials and tribulations of adventure. He shared video clips from his journeys around the world, and comical tales from his many encounters with the people he met along the way. Levison discussed the DRD4-7r gene, nicknamed the “wanderlust gene,” because of its link with increased levels of impatience and curiosity.
We are living in pressing times. Not a day goes by when I don’t hear about global issues regarding fighting, poverty and the environment. It’s so easy to learn and gain information in the current day. We have technology and the internet at our fingertips. We are no longer able to do things without knowing the effects of our actions. This means we are able to make conscious decisions in our everyday lives which will have a huge impact on the rest of the world.