This weekend was a lazy one. I’ve had a stuffy nose, fever, and headache for 2 solid days.
As soon as I felt something coming on last Monday, I stocked up on camu camu and oil of oregano. It helped, but it wasn’t enough.
On Saturday, I asked you on Facebook: What’s your strategy for getting rid of a cold?
Your suggestions were fantastic!
epsom salt bath
peppermint tea with honey
garlic juice – the intention was there… but I couldn’t go through with it!
inhale tea tree oil in a steam bath
I went for my netipot, peppermint tea, napping, a nice hot bath, and some carrot cake loaf. Wait, what? That wasn’t on the list?
As I was laying around this weekend, I got to thinking about my photography and steps I could take to improve it.
Take a photography class. Nope, no time and it costs too much $$.
Ask Kevin to help me. Valid option, but he’s busy too.
Use others’ work as inspiration for my own. Ding, ding, ding!
I realized that I use so many recipes + techniques as inspiration for my cooking, but rarely do the same for my photography.
Find an image I like, take inspiration from it, make it my own, and learn something along the way.
So, I decided to test it out and use Angela’s recent photography as an inspiration for this post [who better to get inspiration from than Angela?]
All in all, it really helped!