BY LOUISE HENNING
I started drawing when I was home for a few months, exhausted from work. The only thing I felt like doing was drawing, and I think that’s where it all started. At the time I did not see anything good coming out of it, but now, a few years later, I am so thankful for that time.
I lived in San Francisco for a year and I had the opportunity to meet a lot of people running their own businesses.
That inspired me to just go for it and do whatever makes me happy.
Because in the long run, that is all that matters. If you are not happy, you can’t make anyone else happy.
I have always felt some kind of restlessness within and I have learned to be friends with it, use the energy it gives me, and have it help me create.
It’s like I have energy locked up in a box that needs to get out, and when I create, I open that box and let some of that energy out. It makes me feel calm.