Monday Inspiration | September 18, 2017

I’m finishing up this post as I’m watching the Emmy’s  and realizing how many of these shows I’ve watched over the past year. Television really does have such interesting stories and and entertainment. One of the shows I’ve heard so much about in the past was Top of the Lake. Seeing as how the new season has my girl, Gwendoline Christie, I wanted to start from the beginning. Although interesting at times, it was hard for me to sit through each episode more often than not. It just felt like it was draaaaaagging. Anyone else watch that show? What are your thoughts on it?

Right now, I’m trying to figure out what to do for #inktober. It is right around the corner and I want to really think through what makes sense to add to my growing library of side projects. I’ve been wondering if I should take photos and add my drawings on top of them or maybe just illustrate the word prompt instead. The latter would be quicker and I wouldn’t need my computer to post the finished product, a huge plus. I’m all about that quick post life!

The weather this weekend was beautiful. My parents had Vee for a bit so my husband and I were able to sleeeeeeeep and I was actually able to get a good start on this post. Hooray for parents’ weekends that let us have hot meals and uninterrupted bathroom breaks. On with the inspiration:

Another Margaret Atwood book turned series thanks to Netflix.

Whenever I was put on the spot or super shy as a kid, I would yawn. I didn’t really think about it until I saw Vee do the same thing! I googled it and this is what I found. I had no idea!

Hoping to finally get a lot more artwork up on our walls with the help of these guys.

For those interested, here are the prompts for Inktober 2017.

Speaking of hanging up posters, I want try Mixtiles so badly! What a great deal, too.

I love all of Adam J. Kurtz’s work. Consider contribution to his Kickstarter.

Keep your emails BRIEF with this Chrome extension.

This couple is so sweet and love the husband’s absolutely adorable date night.

GFDA offers you the fuck button.

Why Children’s Drawings Matter.

Volume 1 and Volume 2 of Letters of Note would make a great gift… to myself.

I can’t stop looking at how beautiful these books look together. It helps that you’d also learn a thing or two.

I want these cards but am scared of what truth I might learn about myself.

This looks like a fun and interesting puzzle. Want, please!

So incredibly excited for Aziz and especially Lena, for their Master of None win. Check out this interview with Lena Waithe.

 

 

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