Tuesday, August 7, 2012
This afternoon brought a special treat. I was able to leave the office before my usual 6-7 PM, have a tasty meal with my better half before sending him off to work through the night and make it back to Oakland from San Francisco while the sun was still out. I've heard of this thing called "work/life balance" before and was on the cusp of believing it to be a mythological concept brought to terms by young professionals everywhere, probably over a happy hour date scheduled 2 weeks in advance. You see, this is what my life has been like, as of late. Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining in the least. I crave productivity and feel incredibly blessed to be doing something I love and work for a company I really believe in. I refuse to believe that "work/life balance" is not a feasible reality for myself, though. I'm sure it involves something as simple as waking up earlier in the day, so I can get in more bike rides throughout the week and carrying my camera around with me more frequently so I feel like I'm satiating my creative urges. The pictures above, I took during a creative peak in my life when I was rarely camera-less and got to exhibit my prints in galleries and such. While I'm not looking to be a working artist, I would like to produce new work to share here. After all, I'm a young professional who has to schedule happy hour dates 2 weeks in advance.
Posted by MOUSEVOX VINTAGE at 9:13 PM