This is ridiculous. Last Friday I challenged myself to create a new graphic every day for, what should have been, the remainder of the month. You can go check that out on the design page. It’s now four days later and I have only put up one graphic. Now I haven’t only created one, I’ve created two. Big difference, I know! But the point is that if I am going to push myself to get better, then part of that is acknowledging that not everything I make right now is going to be great. And by not publishing these so-so works I’m preventing myself from moving forward to create a better one the next day. Furthermore, wouldn’t it be great to look back in a month and see some progress? Of course! But here I am neither accepting that some things that I make will be bad nor allowing myself to move forward. As of writing this I still haven’t created the programming page for which I have a project to share. So here’s what I’m going to do. I’m going to upload the bonfire graphic with all its imperfections and things I hate about it. I’m going to create something new tomorrow. And I will get better. That doesn’t mean every new thing I make will be better than everything else I’ve made prior, but in general things will get better. Over time, that’ll make all the difference. Because what’s the alternative? Doing nothing and going nowhere.