Question: documenting the transition

the german asks…

any creative ideas to document a transition? How do I make a blog or a vlog funny and interesting, should I take pictures as well? What about a good old photo-collage? I get a Little bored by all those similar YouTube Videos, so are there any other ways to record/document and track the whole process of transitioning?

I am not good in making Videos, not good in talking, singing, reading…(to record the voice and how it changes…)and I am not good in photography. As I am a lover of painting and drawing (but again, not good at it) and writing, I can`t really think of something “Special” to follow my own Transition. My head is empty. How do you do it?

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Posted by on July 27th, 2015 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Question: documenting the transition”

  1. Riley Alexandr

    You mentioned drawing, so here I come (it’s an unhealthy addiction of mine, drawing). One idea would be to keep a doodle journal. Illustrate how you feel each day, jotting down a few words with a handful of scribbles. Or illustrate something that happened on a given day. For example, if someone tells you you look handsome/beautiful, you could draw a little stick figure scene in which that happens. Just a thought; good luck friendo!


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