So much to talk about, where does one start? Well, as some know, I chose a new resin baby to add to my collection! I knew a Luts would be my next doll, and I knew it would be tan. The real question was the character. I didn’t think an SD was possible right now, but I have had an awesome year, and decided that shelling my Damon would be a perfect graduation gift to me. ❤ Maybe I can finally do a proper box opening, since I have my new awesome phone now!
My peer support training has been going so great, and I graduate on February 24th. My final exam is next Thursday, and I feel pretty prepared for that. I have a couple of things I’d like to study a bit more on though. So, I’ll try to do that over my weekend.
I got to facilitate my wellness group as part of the class, and my topic was blogging! I decided to share it, along with my presentation on blogging for beginners, here. I always welcome feedback on my material, and I love to share!
Unfortunately, I found out that my art therapist is leaving our studio, but I’m really grateful to have known her. She helped me become a better artist, and activist over this past year. I know she’ll do great things!
I also found out more about the Ambassador Program, and I’m hoping that this will be a way for me to stay a part of PSA after I graduate the programs. I’m not going to stress about it, because it’s a new position. However, I’m very excited to see branching out at PSA and I still want to create more groups for digital art! I’m really passionate about the studios, and I am really thankful to the Art Awakenings program.
Not only has creating art with mindfulness and wellness helped me overcome feelings of depression, but it has given me a greater purpose! I have even become a better artist by getting to know myself, discovering what I’m good at, and what I can contribute! Even if I end up working outside the program, I’m still glad I went through my training there, and I got the experience of being a member for the past year.