Everyday for the past two years I have recorded 1 second of my day. This is 2017 in a nutshell
I love watching videos like this and I love doing it. But I am terrible at video. It's not my favorite art form to do and after two years I am unsure of where to take the project. For this year I've decided to switch it up and follow the examples of two beautiful people I follow.
I absolutely love the way she styles her videos and my favorites are her monthly recaps. It's how I pictured my 1 second a day project but never did and I want to do more.
Do more, more than one second. Capture my feelings for the month and go with the flow.
I have been following Kaylah for a few years now. She posts beautiful content weekly and challenges herself with different projects. The biggest of which she calls Project 365, one photo a day for the entire year. She has a great post of why you should do one here. I did a weekly prompt picture project last year and I think it's time to step up my game again.
One picture everyday. It doesn't matter what it's of. It doesn't need to be styled. I just need to take it and share it. Today's the fifth of January, so that's 5 pictures. I haven't taken today's yet but here are the first four.
1 : 365
Taken minutes after midnight at the New Years Eve Party we went to.
2 : 365
My laundry set up. It's not the easiest and I hate putting everything on hangers but there it is. 98% yoga clothes.
3 : 365
My favorite person on the couch. Yesterday we did something to his hip, today we are headed to the doctors. I am so thankful to have great medical insurance in a country that doesn't offer it to the majority of their citizens.
4 : 365
Sunset out the back of the car window because it's was too cold to get out of the car.
The plan is to upload this pictures every Friday. I hope you'll look forward to them as much as I am. Thank you ladies for being inspiring. If you are commenting tell me who inspires you!
I'm a lifestyle blogger, covering deep subjects including body images, battles with food, and overcoming how I was raised. I try to be as authentic as possible and I don’t sugar coat how I see things.