Manifesting Greatness

I’m seriously considering changing the name of this blog. I don’t even know if that’s possible, but I won’t be dirt poor for long. I am rich. I’m asking the universe for money to fund my Hawaii trip, pay rent, buy Willy food, buy a house. This will happen.

I’m also requesting some direction career wise. I know I want a job that includes art. I’m not an artist, I just really have wanted to be involved in the art community. When people ask “What did you want to be when you were younger?” My answer is always “an artist.” I use to walk around the house with a beret on because it’s what serious French artists did, or so I believed hahaha! I had my canvases and my paints and I didn’t care that I wasn’t that good. It was the process I loved. I loved the colors of the paint, the way it felt to drag the brush across the rough, white fabric. I watched Bob Ross when I was 10 for god’s sake. I somehow lost that enthusiasm, started doubting myself, and found kids my age who were much better than I was. Anyways, my grandma was an artist…it’s got to be in my blood right? I just need to practice.

I think I will make July’s monthly goal to do art every day and post the results here. July because I already have things sorted out for March, April, May, and June. This puts me in a very vulnerable position. What if people hate it? What if they make fun of me? But as I learned from Brene Brown: vulnerability is bravery. And putting it in that context makes it feel possible.

I want to end with the lyrics from this not so popular Sara Bareilles song that I’m always inspired by:

Yeah Sara stop it pick out your paralysis and unlock it
And flex the fear till it builds you a rocket
And rise and if you fall
At least you end up between where you will be
And where you will have been



About Amy Clare

33 year old queer ethical vegan.
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3 Responses to Manifesting Greatness

  1. anjage says:

    Post as much art as you want. Haters gonna hate, but there is a lot of us here, who instead of trolling will give constructive feedback.

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  2. Amelia Clare says:

    Thank you for the kind words. I think I will be able to push past the fear and just post whatever I make! And I definitely want the constructive criticism! That will be so helpful in my growth as an artist 😊


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