Katrina Slade Art is Featured in a Major Magazine!
It’s a great day for me, I hope it’s a great day for you, too. It’s only midday, and I already feel like things are going well. I got to sleep in today, and managed to sleep through the whole night! Sometimes insomnia gets the best of me, and I struggle with feeling fully human. But not today. I did my morning yoga routine, which involves a video or two from the Yoga with Adriene Youtube channel and a meditation. And, I am enjoying a new-to-me podcast called History on Fire. I’m in the middle of a 4-part series all about Joan of Arc, which is keeping me entertained as I simultaneously work on three paintings in my studio. Three paintings at once might sound too crazy, but it’s just how I work sometimes, and I love every minute of it.
I’m also feeling great today because I am announcing some big news. I am happy to share with you that my artwork is being published in The World of Interiors magazine! It is actually in three issues: the March, April, and May issues of 2019. The World of Interiors is an industry magazine from the UK with a readership of 153,000, with approximately 50% of which are interior designers. This is a great opportunity for me because my artwork will be seen by many people in the luxury home industry, either as homeowners or as design professionals. Which means, potentially gaining some UK citizens to add to my roster of international art collectors.
I am so thrilled to have this opportunity to reach so many people that I wouldn’t otherwise be able to. And since I believe that our achievements should be celebrated, I’m announcing it here to share with all of you.
I also happen to have two other bits of great news… but that will have to wait for another blog post. This other news is SO good, it deserves its own post!
So, take a minute to consider these questions. What is going great in your life this week? What is putting a bounce in your step today? What is something, large or small, that you want to celebrate? I ask you this because it’s so easy to go through the week with blinders on. Our negativity bias is always looking for things to complain about, but we don’t have to focus on those things. Why not actively look for the good? And when found, why not cherish that good and celebrate that it exists?