So You Know is a fun, sometimes serious, series that airs each Monday with questions that bring the reader closer to their favorite bloggers.
Participation is easy and it allows everyone to get to know you a little more each week.
Rules? Oh, we don’t follow rules too well around here but if you follow these few, you’ll be in the safe zone.
- Create a post on your website answering the following questions.
- Or not…answer in the comment section. Either way is acceptable to me 🤓
- Pingback to this weeks post. Don’t know how? Ask me, it’s easy as pie.
Can you handle that?? I hope so…
1.2.3. Let’s go!
This week’s questions
- How often, if ever, do you feel ruled by your emotions?
- Does your mood decide your productivity level?
- Are you bipolar or do you have another behavioral diagnosis?
- How do you respond to having a not-so-good day? (Sleep, cry, nothing)
- If you could give your moods names, what would they be?
-**** any additional mood you can think of:
My response to last weeks S.Y.K
- Do you have a hobby? If so, what is it? Besides blogging, I enjoy creating a variety of forms of art using paper.
- How did you discover your interest in your hobby? While searching for tips on how to be a better blogger I stumbled upon this amazing world. I have always had a love of stationery and so I picked it up quickly. Not the techniques so much but the collecting, I have down pact! 😂
- Do you find having a hobby helps with maintaining your mental wellness? How so? I’d say 95%, yes and 5% no. The five percent is only because of my tendency to compare and my perfectionism gets a run for its money!
- Where do you find materials for staying active with your hobby? Everywhere. Everyday life, craft stores, book stores, estate sales, second hand stores….
- Have you ever considered monetizing your hobby? Or if you already do, do you still enjoy it as a hobby? I have and do somewhat. Looking back I approached my interest in paper art all wrong. I decided I wanted to monetize it before I even made my first attempt at creating anything. Having done this blocked any creative ideas I may would have had otherwise. I have since pulled the reins on producing an income and focused all of my attention on the actual art of making as well as allowing the process to heal any pent up emotions that cause me to regress any chance they surface.