Me, myself and I

1) Me, myself and I

This wasn’t quite what I had envisioned when I first set the prompt – but the phrase later called to mind this idea of navel-gazing. It is toxic, addictive, and destructive. It is when we look within ourselves in a desperate search for answers, only to stare down a devastating abyss. I often need to be reminded to look up and out.

Next prompt: Me as a 50-year-old


The “Stay-Home Artventure Passport” was originally created for my students here in Singapore. I’ve since adapted it for everyone else who’d like a daily creative (and surprisingly introspective) getaway, so you’re most welcome to join in!

And if you’d like a soft copy of the “passport” itself, leave your email address in the comments and I’ll send it to you for free. 

 

14 thoughts on “Me, myself and I

  1. As I begin my journey of reconstruction, I find it difficult yet to do much self-reflection and yet I need to. I need to know how I got here. On a rational level, I know. Emotionally, I’m hiding. Balancing naval gazing, self reflection, and just all out healing from the damage done by my relationships with others is a battle right now.

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  2. Self-Reflection is only bad if all you see are the negatives. Concentrate on the good things that have happened instead. If you have a hard time with that, write them down, in no particular order, then look at them whenever you feel down. Keep adding to the list as good things happen.

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