hello! Because part I has hit 4K notes in so little time!!, I decided to keep it coming for you guys with new themes, hope you enjoy them! ♡
If you don’t know, these are quotes
to decorate/use in the bullet journal, and are super useful for those moments when you desperately want a quote to relate to something but can’t seem to find one. You can use them for a source of beauty, wisdom and inspiration. Part I featured: dedication/work/motivation, finances, love, positivity, health and some funny ones.
“Dreams do not come true just because you dream them. It’s hard work that makes things happen. It’s hard work that creates changes. So ditch the dream and be a doer.” - Shonda Rhimes
“All progress takes place outside the comfort zone.” - Michael John Bobak
“With self discipline most anything is possible.” - Theodore Roosevelt
“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” - Jim Rohn
“Discipline is remembering what you want.” - David Campbell
My workstation plus a WIP for the Durango Botanical Society! I’m moving my desk out of the bedroom and into the studio/laundry room right now, so I’m kind of poaching space at the student Union to work for now. This also shows a bit of my color process- I have to keep working in circles or I forget what I’m doing.
In the future, the great division will be between those who have trained themselves to handle these complexities and those who are overwhelmed by them – those who can acquire skills and discipline their minds and those who are irrevocably distracted by all the media around them and can never focus enough to learn.
and now for the audience participation portion: how many times has ben solo been kicked out of day care and what were his most egregious offenses? winners get an art prize. reblog with comment to enter. GO!
“Whether our action is wholesome or unwholesome depends on whether that
action or deed arises from a disciplined or undisciplined state of mind.
It is felt that a disciplined mind leads to happiness and an
undisciplined mind leads to suffering, and in fact it is said that bringing about discipline within one’s mind is the essence of the Buddha’s teaching.”
~ Dalai Lama ~ The Art of Happiness