It’s already February and I didn’t get the chance to write anything but here I am!
I hope you are all doing well and I wish a better year for us all!

As 2020 was ending, I wanted to manage to push my plans a bit further and I didn’t know where to start.
I remember I was listening to some of the songs that I recorded and I was thinking how to move forward with all the work. On the left side of the desk, there were a couple of pages getting dusty, I grabbed a pen and started writing some resolutions. I didn’t know if it will work or not, but as soon as we jumped into January, I found myself recording like never before! I didn’t start writing with the thought that it has to be a resolution, it was more a plan of my ideas. But it worked!
Before, I felt like I was sinking into the pit of perfection and I wanted to break free from it because it did slow me down and it stopped my ideas from flowing because of the stress to make things perfect. Years ago when I learned by myself how to record music using a stereo cable connected to the keyboards and the computer, everything that I composed I shared immediately and after a while I wasn’t pleased it. And that’s how I learned to keep quiet until I am ready to share my music and from here I aroused perfectionism and it sucked the life out of me. It literally felt like I was procrastinating and the thought of making things perfect or at least as I hear inside my mind, it hindered my creativity. Would be so much easier if there would be a cable or something to connect my brain to the recording software that I use πŸ˜…
My point is, no matter what you’re doing, keep doing it, follow your path, expect less and achieve more! Good things take time but it will be worth it! I promise! 🀘

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