How do you overcome your inner critic?
#DoodleaDay is helping me have that conversation — the one in the above doodle. It’s so common, isn’t it? Especially if you’re just starting a project of any kind. For me it was starting blogging, and then to keep up with blogging.
And now it is doodling– I doodle in lines and squiggles; I’m not an artist, but I think this doodling daily is improving that, along with overcoming my blogging arguments.
So my advice to myself and my readers is to to keep trying — and like that last part on the doodle:
we learn when we read and watch what others do,
so acknowledge those who went before
by honoring them with your take
on what was learned from them,
and share so others learn too.
Just go where your heart takes you and share it–
As sharing like this makes the world great!
Places I’ve learned:
Resources to Start Blogging:
A Series of blog posts on blogging by George Couros
Why Educators Blog: A series by Sue Waters from Edublogs.org Scroll down for more posts
A JumpStart in Technology Class by Jennifer Gonzalez [I’ve take it; it’s awesome- my work here]
Doubt hails to destroy, yet melts
to open thought’s bud.
This post is:
Part of Slice of Life 2017 by The Two Writing Teachers
Part of DoodleaDay by Royan Lee— today: Inner Critic Conversation
My Doodling song — one of my very favorites:
Title Song from Star Trek Enterprise: Where My Heart Will Take Me (Faith of the Heart) originally written by Diane Warren, reworked by Dennis McCarthy for Star Trek Enterprise and sung by Russell Watson.
Doodle by Sheri Edwards
Blossom image and poetry by Sheri Edwards