Stop Thinking, Just Do Work
Sometimes I have to remind myself this. Stop analyzing everything, stop thinking so much. Just do work.
Things are picking up momentum as I begin allowing myself to get sucked from the wading pool to the deep end. I didn't want to get caught up and overwhelmed too fast this time. The result is something much more natural. Work is happening much more organically now. I'm grateful.
A lot is going on. I've got Gonzofest coming up around the beginning of April, MTAC toward the middle, a lecture series I need to start, a film project, some shows around town I'm playing camera operator for, my calendar is already filling up with commercial stills work, a potential exhibition, potential monograph publication, and a book I'm suddenly enthralled with writing. But I still feel able to relax, and that is the difference in this revolution around the sun.
I'm doing the same thing a bit in my personal life, as well. I'm tired of conforming and doing what other people think I have to do in order to survive. I can survive just fine doing what I want. I've been dying since the day I was conceived, I'm not going to be satisfied just sitting around waiting for life to happen.