New York City art at its best
My mind is overwhelmed!! I started taking classes online to get my associates in Photography with the Art Institute. My current classes include strategies and algebra. Egh! I despise math with a passion, but my goal is to gain an appreciation for it.
Balancing work, school, the gym, my writing, and a life is becoming a lot more than I had planned for. I was up until almost 11 the other night, then I got up at 5am to go to the gym for an hour. I want to be lazy and say fuck the gym, but summer is right around the corner, and this is the first time I’ve ever cared about being healthy. I’m not planning on strutting around in a 2 piece, but hey, if I can, why the hell not.
I’m 25 now. It’s time to get my act together. Having career goals is a must at this stage in my life. I’m in New York. The possibilities are endless. I’m a writer. I’m an actor. I’m a photographer. I’m an artist. I’m exploring all my wants, needs, and passions.
This is definitely my year.
I have an interview at 1pm today. Leaving the house in an hour. Yes subways in NYC are LOOOOONNNNNGGGG rides towards your destination. Going to the Lower East Side.
That other job I got didn’t work out. Pretty relieved actually. I’m going for an opening at a Theater that only plays Independent Films and puts on Art shows. Sounds like the PERFECT job for me! I’m really excited. I hope I get it. I really do. Being unemployed is getting, well, how do I say this, fucking horrible! I need a job Universe!
Anywho. Time for breakfast. Hope y’all have a beautiful Monday!
Wish me luck… Again!
New York, how I miss you ♥
“The Neverending commute” and “If you can make it here…” by Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg
“British artist Keira Rathbone uses typewriters, instead of brushes and pencils, to create amazing portraits and drawings.”