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What to Do?

Jamie Ridler asks in Wishcasting Wednesday -
How would you like to spend some time?

Good question for me at this time of year as I usually embark on some course or other for the winter months ahead, and as usual I'm not sure?  I go through  familiar questions, what do I really love and would like to spend time pursuing?  I've got qualifications in Fine Art and my heart is in photography, graphics, printmaking etc. But I'm torn because I'm also interested in Personal Development and have a yearning to share what I've learned so far with others in some way, especially on-line?  So what do I do? How do  I spend some time doing what I want to do, don't know, not sure but one thing I do know is that I need to spend more time puzzling it out? Or will it just come to me?  Do I spend more time meditating upon these ideas???

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Comments

Sarah Lulu said…
As foxysue wishes for herself I so lovingly wish this for her also ....xx
Jennifer said…
As foxysue wishes for herself I so lovingly wish this for her also.

May you find your true North :)
Ginny said…
As Sue wishes for herself, I wish for her as well. It is interesting that at this time of year I always take a course or two and also would like a venue to share what I have learned with others. This year I have decided to change what I do and practice my photography this fall and take a course in the winter. I hope that by meditating or just puzzling it out, the right decision will come to you as it has to me.
As Sue wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.
As Sue wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.
Suzie Ridler said…
As foxysue wishes, I wish for her also. I hope by thinking about this issue, you will find the answers.
Lee Currie said…
As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you also. Good luck choosing your course, I'm working through that same process :)
deb did it said…
AS Sue wishes for herself, I wish for her as well
Shari said…
As Sue wishes for herself, I wish for her also. I definitely think meditation will help you sort it out. May your course of action come to you easily.
Ruth said…
As Sue wishes for herself, I wish for her also. Good luck finding your course.
lilasvb said…
As Sue wishes for herself, I wish for her also
Chel said…
Art therapist? Personal life coach with an art twist (I would love a personal life coach that gave me art assignments in addition to life assignments!! :)

I hope you figure this out. I'm sort of going through the same challenge- so much I am interested, so which path do I follow?

As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you also.
LissaL said…
The answers will come!
As Sue wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.
TommyGirl said…
I hope you find all the answers you're looking for.

As Sue wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.
Ceanne said…
As Sue wishes for herself, I also wish for her!
Paula said…
As Sue wishes for herself, I also wish for her.
Kim Switzer said…
As Sue wishes for herself, so I wish for her as well.
Rae said…
As Sue wishes for herself, so I lovingly wish this for her also.
tamara said…
As Sue wishes for herself, I wish for her also.
Charlotte said…
I am a firm believer that the inspiration to follow a path will naturally come to you when the time is right. I think it's ok to spend time researching options but don't frustrate yourself by dwelling on the same options that haven't felt right. You'll know it when you feel it :-)
Rochelle said…
As Sue wishes for herself, I wish for also. It sounds like you have a lot of interesting, fun choices to make -- and that's a plus even though it can be frustrating.

As for the photo - is that a reflection off a glass of wine (or do I just have wine on the brain?). I may have to steal, I mean, try that idea out.

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