Inspiring Quotes to Get You Through Quarantine

Hey everyone! Emma here. I know we’re all still suck in quarantine, and for Communications class, we were given a choice board of assignments to choose from for this week. I decided to make a quote collage, with seven inspiring quotes to help you get through quarantine. Thanks to this article and a little misadventure my class had back during week 1 of the 2019 Student Blogging Challenge (you can read about it here), I knew how to put the slideshow into my post. Most of the quotes in the slideshow are from musicals, but they’re still really inspiring, even outside the context of the show. I also highly recommend these musicals, the songs are really good! I really like all of these quotes, and I hope they can give you that little extra boost to get you through the day.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog! I hope these quotes helped cheer you up. Do you have any inspiring quotes you like? I would love to hear them! If you have any questions, comments, or just something to say, I would love if you could leave me a comment and a link to your blog.

New Challenge, New Profile!

Hey everyone, Emma here. The 2020 Blogging Challenge is starting, and longtime viewers may have noticed a few changes on the front page. While I liked the look, my profile picture and banner were very old, and as I change my art style rapidly, out of date. I whipped up a new profile picture and banner, which you can see below.

For my profile picture, I doodled a little head-and-shoulders of me, because what else? I also used this picture for the website, right next to the words on the tab. It’s very small in both of those places, so I also stuck it on my All About Me page, which you can see here. I figured it needed something visual.

For the banner, I had a ton of ideas. I wanted to stick in a bunch of drawings I had already done, like what my classmate M did (check it out here) but that ended up very cluttered and unappealing. You couldn’t read the blog’s title, and it was very confusing. I had this sketch of Connor fromĀ Dear Evan Hansen sitting on my computer, and I decided I should us it for this. I realized too late that the 2000 x 600 pixel measurements for the banner are very small, especially if I wanted to put it in a post. So I put the sketch in a new drawing, redid the lines and color, and here we are!

Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed that little update and drawings. If you liked this post, or have feedback, constructive criticism, or just want to tell me something, I would love if you left me a comment and a link to your blog, so I can visit you.