Sharing article re Perfectionism – it can hold you back!

Perfection. It’s a word often associated with high marks, implying you won’t let go before it’s just right. You always deliver top notch. People know they can trust you to make the best. It’s an attitude that shows you are a person having standards. Can’t go wrong if you strive for perfection… Wait a minute. […]

via Death by Perfection — In Flow with Otto


Trying to find a balance

I’ve been looking for work as an “older” experienced administrative assistant, but I’m feeling a change.  I am a dedicated worker, but it’s been challenging to say the least.  I will keep trying nevertheless and plan to upgrade my medical knowledge even more.  Of course, I will still keep at the music and photography pursuit.  I’m not dead yet! 🙂  For those of you who feel the same, I say, don’t give up the fight!  Here’s a site to support artists:

Feeling overwhelmed, but hopeful…

I can imagine that there are many artists, whatever their art is, who feel like giving up on their dreams.  Lately, I’ve run into financial difficulties and realize I cannot pursue art alone.  I am worried that I will lose much time and energy I would rather channel into my music creation.  But there is also a financial worry when your art is not “bringing home the bacon,” so to speak.  It’s just a matter of looking inside yourself and seeing what you can concentrate on.  How to manage your time better and to compromise.  I look at it this way, when I “retire” from my day job, I’ll really have time to create!  But, for now, I will do as much art in my free time as possible.  Where there’s a will, there’s a way!  Here’s an article for those feeling overwhelmed:

Stay positive and hopeful – even if you’re frustrated! 🙂