It seems that stealing moments of studio time has become the new norm lately.
It is important to find the time to do what you feel passionate about. Sometimes life just gets a little too busy. I have recently joined a group of other artists on Facebook, painting 100 projects in 100 days. This does give me a little countability and I have tried to do a little something each day.
During these 100 days, I have decided to experiment with new techniques and use one of my vintage journals for more in depth pieces. Exploring new methods and techniques along this 100 day journey of discovery.
The work doesn't always have to be involved. A simple watercolor, journal entry or playing with backgrounds. A little art therapy each day, even on scraps of watercolor paper. Just to touch base, explore and try new things.
We lose ourselves in things we love. We find ourselves there too.
Find time to do what you love, even if it is only a few minutes a day.