It’s nearly 10pm on a Monday evening and I’ve just finished editing a few photos from the weekend, when I remembered I’ve got a blog post sitting in my draft box. Yeah, should finish that and publish it. Then it dawns on me that we’re in June and I haven’t posted my Project: 365 recap for May. Mostly because I had forgotten we started June today.
May was a struggle. After the first couple of weeks of the month, I hit my 365 brick wall and was struggling to find any inspiration in the day-to-day. It’s tough when you don’t really do anything amazing every single day of your life. Though, I know for sure, I’d get completely exhausted by that in no time.
Not giving up! Going to keep on going. Smash through the brick wall and pull myself out of the rut and whatever other analogy works here.
It feels like barely anything has really happened this month. Looking back at my photos though I can see there was the X-Fighters Jams, an epic grilled cheese and margarita night, saying goodbye to Justified, the Bahrain GP, finally visiting the National Museum, a visit from my brother and launching a new blog. So anything but dull.
And that’s exactly one of the reasons why I’m doing my second Project 365 in a row – I can look back at the photos and have a reminder of exactly what’s been going on.
Since coming back from holiday, it’s taken me a while to settle back into my blogging routine. Would you believe that I had written most of my blog posts back in January, and just queued them all up? I must have been on something!
I’ve been enjoying ‘not needing’ to blog. But beginning to miss this place. And what better way to get back into some sort of blogging routine, than with a Project 365 recap?
It’s April. The last recap I did was for January. So, this’ll be for February and March. And rather than all the photos, I’m being choosy and just picking some of my favourites. If you do want to check out all the photos so far they’re up at my Google+ photo album, and I post some sporadically to my instagram. When I remember.
Without further ado, here’s February and March’s highlights. (In reverse order. Because.)
At the start of this year’s 365 project I was wondering whether consecutive 365’s was a wise idea. After all, I’m still doing the same routine I had for most of last year. It’s definitely going to be more of a challenge this year. But hey, I’ve got to try it. And I’ve learnt a lot since completing the last one.
Just like that, Project 365 2014 is over! December’s rolled around and been out incredibly quickly. That’s what happens when you have a non-stop month. Standard for the month of Christmas and all.