Monday Art/Journal Prompt

How was your week? Did you have a creative week? Did you work in your studio? Did you make art? Did you work on your art journal? It is important to remember to do these things regularly. I admit, I sometimes don’t get nearly enough time in where I just play and create and make fun art stuff. Yet I know how important it is, so I continue to look for those moments when I can be creative. Even a few minutes is good for you – but planning to make the time for yourself if critical to your well-being.

This week’s art/journaling prompt is about time. Making time, using your time wisely, scheduling time, understanding time, creating time, etc etc….. What is your personal perspective on time? Are you feeling rushed? Are you feeling relaxed? Do you hurry around, never catching up, never getting enough done? Or are you comfortable in your use of time, and how efficient and organized you are? Perhaps you are somewhere in between.


We all have the same amount of time every day, but it is our perception of time and how we use it that really dictates what we are doing. I want you to create some art in your journal or write about your perceptions of time or how you use your time. Maybe you want to explore how to make some changes to those perceptions.

But remember to have fun with it too. 🙂


P.S. If you want to participate in the Blue Twig Studio monthly ATC challenge, be sure to get your ATCs delivered to me by Aug 31st. August theme is Mermaids! Thanks.


About Deb Prewitt

I am an aspiring artist. I love all things creative and enjoy the people around me who are artistic. I live in Colorado which is a great place to be. I enjoy lots of different things and plan on exploring those things in this blog.
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3 Responses to Monday Art/Journal Prompt

  1. ibraryunus says:

    This image gives a whole new meaning to ‘Time Dilation’ as put in the science books. Though, i would love to have a clock like that, granted, it will be difficult to read but teh coolness factor will be off the roof…

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