Exploring life, facing different challenges and overcoming them is really what it means to live. You never know what to expect because everything changes so dramatically fast.
I’m 22-years-old and I’ve [almost] graduated Library and Information Sciences and I was believing that I want to work in that area.
But last summer I started painting. And fell in love with it.
In the middle of winter, I realized that what I was studying wasn’t what I want to do all my life.
I want to make art.
I started learning as much as I can about different painting techniques, methods, and materials. I have a lot more to learn but I’m proud where I’m now and that I get more and more inspired every day.
Since I started painting, I opened my eyes for a lot of other things in life. I’ve become more positive than ever, see the details and smile for every one of them.
The little things make life beautiful and the best part that they are surrounding us in our everyday life.
All we have to is notice them.
And I have so much positive energy that I want to share it with you!
If you are reading the blog from the beginning [or if you haven’t, just scroll through the older posts], you’d probably noticed that I was writing about random stuff. It was chaotic and it looked like there is no particular idea [I blame the period I’m in, just looking for my purpose].
But I’ve realized that in order to find my place in life, I have to decide what I really want to do and concentrate on it, instead of doing random stuff.
And I finally decided to what I’m best in – finding peace and happiness in art and life.
I want to share with you my ‘secrets’ how to stay so positive even when you don’t have much.
For real, I live on a tight budget, trying to spend as less as possible on everything, so I can save money for what is really important for me – painting supplies [what a surprise..] and traveling [and maybe a tattoo, from time to time].
I’ll share with you how becoming an artist, even self-taught like me, can change your life for the better in all aspects.
A bit more personal…
I’m vegan [I wouldn’t be if I don’t mention it], love coffee, nature and books, and I’m an introvert. I love meeting new people because every person brings his own kind of positive energy and I get inspired by them. But at the end of the day, I like to spend my time by myself and do my things.
I can get inspired by everything [literally] and every painting I paint has a meaning to me because there are emotions and/or thoughts behind it.
I can’t wait to connect with all of you!!
Sending you lots of smiles,