Views news~

Untitled (3)Got over 500 views on my site for 2018! WOO!

This may not seem like a lot to some, but my lowest was 2016 (over 200) and 2017 (over 400), and a few more will put me over my second best year, 2015 (550)!

That means, if I can continue the trend of posting consistently, I could this year I could beat my best year! The first year I started posting stuff, 2014! But I would have to double it.

But also, March 20th 2018 was my four year anniversary of starting this project! That if I post consistently, I could double the views from my original year (over 1000), by simply doing what I set out to do in the first place. Draw and update! It’s only April, so there’s definitely time!

And though I haven’t updated or practiced as consistently as I should, the fact that I’m still here, that my site is getting views, is motivating rather than off putting. That I have a lot to learn, and to grow, and I still have time.

Thank you, for those who follow me, and the new folks! It means a lot, and I see you. And those who liked as well, that also means a ton.

I can’t wait to work more and get more content out there, and I hope you folks will enjoy!

Love,

Iz

 

 

Fifth Update: Mental health

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Yeah. So I had to retake one class last year, cause of the three I was taking in the winter 2016 semester? I had to withdraw from one. But I was doing an in depth mental health assessment, as well as work and volunteering, at the same time.

It wasn’t until December of 2016 that I found out that I had ADD, and that it came with some friends. That also means that I had done that much schooling without accommodations I could have been entitled too.

The down side was that for years. Years. I could have had help and support that would have made the entire journey easier. But on the plus side, to think that I did some of the cool things that I HAVE done, without those supports, and made it as far as I did? Is pretty neato. But it’s hard to accept some of those grades as proper evaluations of my skills in those classes, even all the way back to Elementary (primary) school, if I have had this going on. Never mind that one of the symptoms of my ADD is a reading disability? It’s kind of like dyslexia’s cousin.

Eh, I graduated with an A in that class after I retook it, so *Shrugs. *

 

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