One painting at a time. Try new techniques. Paint small. Explore series painting. That's how I approached this challenge.
Then life happened . . . and I had to make an unexpected trip out of town. In order to stay in the game and create a space of peace amongst chaos, I had to pre-paint and pre-post several paintings onto my blog. My mind was partly in the challenge and mostly in the reason for my unexpected trip. I wasn't going to worry about what I couldn't do. I was just going to do what I could do.
Travel. Help. Love. Grateful.
It would be interesting to know if other challengers experienced twists and turns like I did.
A trip to the local hobby store. Buy new oil paints and learn to use and "accept" a different color palette--temporarily. Ugh!!! Working on the 30-Day challenge in a new space, with new supplies and life's daily twists and turns.
Focus. Show up. Being. Doing.
That was my practice for the remainder of the 30-Day Challenge.
Time flies. Hearts peaceful.
I finished. I Did It!