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INTENTIONAL GAZE + favorites | #p52radness| February self-portrait collection

INTENTIONAL GAZE + favorites | #p52radness| February self-portrait collection

SOUL STARING -LITERALLY  words by Adri De La Cruz   I’ve never been more excited about a feature. Each of the specific images is like a window to the soul of the artist. It was a theme that quite frankly I was afraid to share because I didn’t think many would embrace, but it turns …

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EXPRESSIVE HANDS + favorites | #P52radness | January self-portrait collection

EXPRESSIVE HANDS + favorites | #P52radness | January self-portrait collection

Welcome back Another year of our Project 52 | RAD self-portraits. It is such an incredible community of creatives working through life and self-expression.  This year we are setting monthly themes just for inspiration and I hope that you like how I curate the monthly collections because it’s not easy to choose from so much …

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Monthly Self Portrait Project#P52radness

Monthly Self Portrait Project#P52radness

Oh what joy it gives me to be blogging this series again, these submissions are from June. and, even though I haven’t been blogging them the project is still going strong, and I promise to catch up because this project is LIFE. I do not exaggerate when I say that. My thoughts often circle around how …

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#p52radness Monthly Epic Share

#p52radness Monthly Epic Share

“The trouble is, you think you have time.” ― Jack Kornfiel I’ll start with that, and share that I totally butchered that quote as I thought it was problem and not trouble. I am not someone who is afraid to admit her mistakes. So there you go. This quote speaks on so many multiple levels …

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Monthly Epic share of Self Portraits | #p52radness

Monthly Epic share of Self Portraits | #p52radness

“A woman must find time for herself. Time is what we spend our lives with. If we are not careful we find others spending it for us. . . . It is necessary now and then for a woman to go away by herself and experience loneliness; to sit on a rock in the forest and to ask of herself, ‘Who am I, and where have I been, and where am I going?’ . . . If one is not careful, one allows diversions to take up one’s time—the stuff of life.”
― Carl Sandburg