I feel so accomplished having completed the 100 Day Project today! I’ve been an admirer of the 100 Day Project for a couple of years. I’ve never joined in because I always felt overcommitted, but in April I’d had an artistic lull. I decided the 100 Day Project was just what I needed to jumpstart my practice again.
About The 100 Day Project
If you haven’t heard of the 100 Day Project, it’s a free collaborative Instagram project by Elle Luna and Lindsay Jean Thompson. You don’t have to do anything to join except decide what you will do and announce your intent on Instagram using the hashtag #The100DayProject. Some people have also used #100DayProject, so I just tag with both to be safe. You can read about the thought behind it at https://www.the100dayproject.org/
Personally, for me to succeed, I need my project to be open-ended and flexible. I wear a lot of hats in my life so I had to be realistic. Keeping that in mind, I chose a generic approach: 100 Days of Creativity. Everyday, for 100 days, I committed to creating something. As I posted, I used the unique hashtag: #Boomers100.
Here are the last 25 posts rounding out the project. Next year, I will focus my project more. I love some of the projects others did that had a stronger theme than mine. Maybe I’ll do 100 collages or 100 typographic pieces or 100 abstracts or 100 faces. I’d love to hear your opinion. What would you like to see more of?