As part of my existential search to figure out my life, I’m taking it day-by-day. In that journey, I have asked myself for years “what makes a good day?” I haven’t figured that out quite yet. I do know that I need moments of reflection and peace daily to truly appreciate what has happened or prepare myself for what is to come. Outside of that, being creative, feeling like I’ve helped someone, staying active, eating healthy, and feeling loved are all important elements of a good day. Maybe that is a great day?
As you can see, I’m still working this out as many of you might be. If you have an answer for yourself, please comment below!
Well to the point of this post… We’re selling a few things to help support our site and the “What Makes a Good Day?” project. One I’m most proud of is the print we made recently. This 9″ x 12″ print is screen-printed on handmade sustainable rye/hemp/recycled cotton at Fresh Press Paper. Each print is unique with different deckled (rough) edges and textures. The rye is from Champaign, IL, the hemp is from Kentucky, and the recycled cotton is from New York. It’s going for $20. You can buy it here. I’ll sign and edition it for you should you order. There are only 30 and will be only 30 ever made.