Safe Harbor

One of my discussions with my husband this morning was about how I had to make some changes on the way I represent my work on the web. I had made several attempts on revamping my Facebook page and my website, but it wasn't till yesterday, it became clear and I had to take charge of my destination.  My vision crystallized and I felt that I'm ready to take that step. Keeping yourself safe in your harbor and not exploring were you can go is fine, but, there's more out there.

But, wait a minute, I have to face my fears first.

Facing fears, no matter what they are takes strength and you have to stop listening to that little voice that holds you back. Taking the time to really think about why you have these fears can really be insightful. This has been an on going struggle and I finally got my answer. There will always be someone that's better than you and there will be people who may not like your work. So, acknowledging and accepting that fact is key in helping you move forward as a person and as an artist. There's enough room for us here on the web and we should explore how far we can go. I finally decided to take the plunge instead of putting my toes in the water to move out from my safe little harbor and explore!

Remember, it's your adventure, don't let anything hold you back from your dreams.