Art Sparks My Creative Juice + My Perfect Weekend
Lately, I’ve been going to a lot of museums again. It’s something that I used to do a lot for work, when I worked in PR. We had many artist clients, and going to galleries and other art studios was an occurring event. But after I stopped working there I sort of stopped looking at art. At least getting inspired from it. I wonder if I got fed up with everything I did during that job after quitting. Proof could be this article I wrote about how I lost my sense of fun fashion after quitting my job at that same PR company.
But I’m back at my A-game. Lately, my go-to weekend activity has been hitting up a girlfriend, and going to a gallery or museum. I did it in Copenhagen one Sunday afternoon with my bestie who lives there, I went to Guggenheim with me, myself and I earlier this month, and last weekend I headed to MoMA with another bestie, who lives here in New York City (note to self: remember to remember how many good friends you have in your life when you complain about having no friends). It’s interesting how art can just spark my creative juices like nothing else — maybe only overtaken by shopping. Actually, let me just describe my perfect Saturday for you: I’ll wake up around 8AM, eat breakfast while watching the news and sipping the first coffee of the day. Then I’ll check out the headlines of The New York Times, read a few ManRepeller articles, and then my Bloglovin’ (Ps. You can follow me on Bloglovin’ here). Maybe I’ll write a blogpost. Then I’ll get dressed in a cool outfit, and head into town. I’ll meet a girlfriend at a museum, browse through the art (I’ll mostly be attracted to contemporary modern). After that, we’ll stroll through the city to find a cozy café for some food, or maybe we’ll pick up a to-go coffee and cupcake and head to the park. The. Best. Way. To spend my weekend.
So prepare to see way more art on here, especially on my Instagram, where I admittedly update my life way more frequent than in here. Now, tell me, what does your perfect Saturday look like? Are you into art? If so, where do you like to go?