“Dawn was breaking, like the light from another world.”
― Alfred Jarry
It’s taken me ten whole months to post, but here we are.
Ten months ago, I was dancing a dance I didn’t know the steps to: between light and darkness, but mostly darkness. Chaos of my mind.
I found my way through. As if a sickness has lifted, I am renewed; awake; inspired and in awe of all this world once more. I feel like me again.
And now, it’s as though it’s the dawn of a new day.
“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.”― Andy Warhol
Thank you for noticing the changes! After a year of blogging with the same format, it was time for a change. I went and put my website in the salon chair, cut the split ends off and gave it a whole new look. What do you think? My hope is that it will be easier to navigate and more visually appealing, but not everyone likes when you change your look and that’s okay too! I am still completely me.
It is disappointing to say I do not have any photography to show you at the moment because I have been working my butt off with my new business – called Social Nature (soon to be launched) – and focusing in on making a living from what makes up me. I’m changing things up!
juliegreenart.com will remain as is for now nonetheless and my hope is that I will create a more effective schedule for myself that includes necessary photography, art and blogging time to continue my relationship here (hiking days are on the agenda!), to engage with your beautiful selves and keep the light shining. You build me up and have helped me create the community I cherish, so thank you for that.
I wish I could see you in person for just one moment to let you know my gratitude. You are a wonderful community with big hearts and I want to make this blog as great as it can be for us both. I want you to know my appreciation for you.
Sending my love to you all,
“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” ― Lao Tzu
“The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction.” ― Rachel Carson