As you may have seen from my post yesterday, we spent Saturday morning down at the beach at East Head filming part of our video entry for this year’s Mark Warner ambassador application. It was pretty cold, but it’s really lovely having the beach so empty at this time of year.
Theo was running through the grass telling us he was exploring a jungle whilst the dogs were leaping up and down the dunes following the scent of rabbits and Jim and I were enjoying soaking up some winter sunshine.
As I hinted last week I have made the decision to leave my graphic design degree at the end of the first academic year in a few weeks. There is so much I want to do next year. Some of it work related and some it about making the most of this lovely spot we live in. I’ll reveal a bit more in the new year, but I feel that 2015 is going to be a brilliant exciting year.
One of the things that has affected my decision to leave my course was how creatively drained I felt after hammering out 20 hours a week of study and so by making the decision to quit, it has lifted a huge weight and meant that suddenly things like Theo’s weekly portrait have become a pleasure again and not an obligation.
Jim would say that none of this is a huge surprise and that I constantly take on too much, but that is something us women specialise in isn’t it? I guess the art is to learn which things help us grow and which drag us down and adjust accordingly.
Linking up with Katie and…