I must admit, it is getting harder to find questions that are fun, engaging and most importantly, not repeated. This month I decided to take on the “Would you rather” approach and just have fun with the questions and also the journaling. Don’t take them seriously, but take the time to write reasons and stories that might go with the answers. And definitely don’t feel like you have to pick one or the other, maybe you want to pick both or none.
If you have any suggestions or ideas for next month’s theme send me a note. My email is here and you can also reach me on Instagram or Facebook, after all, they are one and the same.
If you follow me on IG, you know how obsessed I am with the Humming Birds around my house. I have two feeders protected by a fierce male humming bird. My morning routine includes 10 minutes of watching the pair of little birds feed and fly around while I drink my cup of tea in my back yard.
Today I also enjoyed creating a fun drawing of a humming bird that I would like to share with you. I colored it using a new set of markers that I received from Arteza They were gracious to send me a set to try out. These alcohol based markers (Everblend Art Markers) get 5 stars, they are amazing to work with. Take a look at this quick little time lapse vidoe of how I colored my humming bird.
Now for the freebie- You can download this little guy and use it to create a card to send to a dear friend. You can print it and frame it or fussy cut it and add it to your project. I hope you like and use it.
Don’t forget to visit Arteza and check out their Back To School Sale going on right now.
This month we will be answering Hypotherical questions. What if I had won the lottery? what if I had 3 children instead of two? What if I had stayed in El Salvador? Are hypothetical questions useful? Why should we care about the things that could be, or could have been? The answers may not be real, but they can tell a lot about a person’s personality and emotions.
There are cultures where the concept of “What if?” or “what would it be like?” type of questions do not exist. They are consider a waste of time. Why ponder on things that are not real?
I called these questions, dreams! If I ponder on Hypothetical questions, they are usually fun and positive and the answers are also light hearted.
Remember these are questions for yourself- no one has to read them. I hope you discover something interesting about your mind, your emotions and your logic.