I can't believe this has been neglected for almost two months! I think I got overwhelmed with everything and decided to just concentrate on work and learning Python for a while. My creativity needs some inspiration, though!
I've also spent the month on a Minimalism project: get rid of 1 thing on Day 1, 2 things, on Day 2, and son on for a whole month. I'm on like Day 23 right now and let's just say my wardrobe has downsized significantly. Not a bad thing at all, I just got rid of things I've been holding on to for now reason, things that don't fit me well, clothes that look a little too worn, etc. It's so scary, but it feels so good in the end! It's not just clothes, of course....magazines, chipped cups, containers, expired make-up. It's amazing how much useless shit we tend to hold on to for no ration reason. It's been a real cleanse, with the added side effect of lessing my anxiety about what to do with all my crap when I decide to move again. Also, it's made me realize how important it is to invest in things you really love instead of buying cheaper "equivalents" all the time and accumulating multiple inferior versions of what you really want.
Anyway, as a break from my hiatus, I'm bringing up a few picture from the latest collection by the Ukranian brand RCR Khomenko. Inspired by children and play, it really brings out the silliness and imagination that we forget we once had. Referencing popular childhood characters, but yet evading the nostalgia that such images often evoke, it's a neat way to remind us that sometimes we all need to act like kids again.