Tuesday, June 30, 2015

JFJ 15 for 30 Challenge - Day 30: Reflection


We use the journal to reflect on our art, to reflect on our lives, and to reflect on our relationships. The journal helps us figure out what’s important, and it helps us figure out what we want and where we need to be. It is a valuable tool for living and learning.

Spend time today reflecting our your journey. You might want to reflect on specifically what you have done over the last 30 days or you might want to reflect on your life or your art in general. What is going well? What needs work? What is an area of strength? What is an area for growth? If these questions don’t work for you, come up with your own. Write, collage, paint, and/or draw.


Don’t forget to share! #jfj15for30

4 comments:

Marsha Silver said...

I loved this challenge. It was enlightening in the scope of things. I made my own pages and folded them into my journal. I water colored the pages first so that the pages were not white to start off with. I just love doing these kinds of projects. Thanks so much.

Sabrina said...

I am about a week behind but enjoying the challenge immensely -- it's pushed me to get out the journals and supplies that were languishing in storage and actually do something. And develop some ideas of focus going forward. Thanks!

Doodle All Day said...

I am still on day 27 but I will get there. I started late! This was so awesome. Now instead of blank pages in my journal I have art! Keep me up to date on any future challenges, I'm all in!

Eric said...

I am so glad that you all have enjoyed the challenge, and it's ok to be a bit behind. The challenge is going to stay here on the blog, so you can work at your own pace.