On this #MotivationMonday I'm looking back on my weekend at Art Market San Francisco. As someone who lives in SF, I can say that you're more likely to find green grass in drought-ridden California than art freeflowing through SF. Galleries have been pushed out by expensive rent. It's easier to find a hackathon than street art here. I'm often traveling out of town to check out art fairs,so it was a nice change to have an art fair come to my adopted hometown. In its sixth year, Art Market San Francisco brought artwork to the thirsty eyes of art lovers in and around the Bay Area. If you like what you see, you can learn more about the artists featured below on our Instragram.
Today is Monday; Also known as #MotivationMonday on social media. No matter how tacky this hashtag may sound, it makes you question what are we without motivation? I realize we're often chained to the demands of life. It's easy to fly through each day. You can end up like a speeding car on the freeway. All of the scenery becomes a blur. I see motivation as a love letter that can fall on deaf ears (or sometimes blind eyes) when we don't slow down. I've made a point of unplugging. I leave the house without my phone and skip the need to walk around with headphones firmly in my ears. What I see and hear when I do this is motivation to last me the week. Here is some motivation I captured to carry with you this week: