The past two weekends, though I've committed to the #5x5challenge, I've been off the grid. Though I've taken many photos, and shared some on Instagram, I've had no chances to slip away, get some internet connectivity and post.
There's something that feels right about letting there be a rhythm to these posts. I like the regularity, and the commitment during the week, and also the exhale on the weekends.
I've been thinking a great deal about rhythm lately, and how we've created a culture that doesn't allow us to exhale much. Since dealing with adrenal fatigue last fall and winter, I've forced myself to do that more: to step back, let go, forget whatever definitions I have of perfect.
I'm curious about how you experience rhythm in your creative lives, and in your work lives. When do you give yourself permission to leave gaps, let things go unfinished, fall to pieces, give way to entropy--and when do you persist?
Here are a few of my favorite glimpse from the weekend, getting some soul medicine on the beach with messy hair and sandy feet and the people I love.
Back to the #5x5challenge tomorrow. In the meantime here are a few of my favorites from #5x5challenge contributors this past week: