“…don’t chase perfection for perfection’s sake, or for anyone else’s sake at all. If you strive for something, make sure it’s for the right reasons. And if you fail, that will be a better lesson for you than any success you’ll ever have. Because you learn a lot from screwing up. Being perfect . . . not so much.”
—Felicia Day, You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)
Have you ever wondered why you sometimes feel like you’re able to effortlessly move forward on your blog, project or painting…? One moment, the flow feels natural and the creativity seems to be pouring out of you. But when it feels like it’s really gotta count, that’s when you might start floundering.