Do you ever get caught up in a cycle of feeling guilty for not living up to your "responsibilities?" Last week I was feeling overwhelmed and decided I was going to cut back on some of my voluntary work. I had fully decided that this was what I needed to do, because I never have enough time to put enough love into all of it. I figured I'd focus on the stuff I really loved and cut out of the stuff I wasn't thrilled with, thus giving myself more time for the voluntary work that I did love as well as being able to put more love into my actual work (I've gotten some more responsibilities at my day job that I feel really proud to have and I've also been second-shooting more weddings lately). However, instead of resigning from different responsibilities, I started making myself feel bad because they "need" me and telling myself I'm being selfish and then I asked myself if it really takes me that much time to do these things? Am I just being lazy? So instead of moving towards focusing on things I love to do, I've made myself feel guilty for not doing enough of everything! -_- How do you focus on things that are important to you and not feel guilty for dropping other things?
15 Under 15
15 Under 15 is a weekly feature by Queen-Kitty showcasing 15 wonderful but under-appreciated works of art with under 15 favorites. 15 under 15 doesn't focus on medium or theme, it is simply a showcasing of favorited art of interest from the week.