Also, quick psa: Monday updates will be on hiatus until I’ve finished my Royai Week pieces. I am determined to do all seven prompts this time around, and I think this way I’ll be a lot less stressed :’) Thanks for understanding, guys! <33
GODBLESS YOUR YURIO THANK YOU FOR GIVING US SUCH AMAZING ART. I GOT TO IMAGINING THE OTHER CHARACTERS FROM YOI IN YOUR STYLE AND ALMOST DIED. Have you ever done any other characters besides victuuri? Bc I bet they would be just as glorious in your style as victor and yuuri are. Ily and your art <3
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Here’s how you stop being average:
When you wake up in the morning and need to brush your teeth, and you have that thought, “Oh, I should actually floss too,” then floss.
When you go to make yourself breakfast and you have that thought, “Oh, I said I was going to eat healthier,” make the healthy choice instead of the unhealthy one.
When you go to head to train for work and you have the choice between taking the stairs or the escalator, and you hear that voice in your head that says, “Oh, I said I was going to be more physically active,” take the stairs.
When you get into work and you sit down in front of your first task, and you have that thought, “Oh, I said I was going to work on being more productive,” turn off all distractions and get to work—instead of browsing Facebook, for example.
When you leave work and you’re exhausted and you have that thought, “Oh, I said I was going to work on my book this week,” don’t go to the bar. Go home and work on your book.
When you get ready for bed and you feel like winding down, and you have that thought, “I said I was going to read more instead of watching so much Netflix,” pick up a book instead of opening a web browser.
Being average is a choice—that’s what a lot of people don’t understand.
You know what you need to do. And a tiny, faint voice in your head reminds you of what you need to do, or what you had said you were going to do, a lot more often than you might realize.
Start listening to that voice.
“I just want you guys to know something: you guys inspire me. You send me art that you make, poems that you’ve written, just stuff that’s so inspiring to me. That’s all I wanted to do, to create. You guys are creating so much. You younger people, I want you to know, the more you create, the better you’re going to get and the more driven you’ll become. And you’re going to change the world. Just understand that.”