I took a break from social media (Twitter in particular) over the last couple of weeks.
They were some of the best weeks I've had in recent memory.
I wasn't constantly worried about whether my latest post on Twitter (or X) got a bunch of impressions or likes.
I wasn't worried about cranking out content just for the sake of having something to post.
I was able to enjoy doing things I love: spending time with loved ones, reading, drawing for the fun of it.
It's clear to me I need to shift my focus from analyzing data to creating content because I enjoy it. As Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation says:
May we all do what we do because we love it.
How to Draw
Here's how to draw a person running:
What to Draw
Last week's word was Knowledge. Here's the ideas I came up with:
Knowledge is a similar word to Learning, which we came up with images for a few weeks ago.
I included the graduation cap in both Learning and Knowledge to show how you can use the same image to represent different things.
This week's word is:
Sketch out what pops into your mind and share it in the comments below. As always, I'll be sharing my answers in the next issue!
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