Oh, yes! Routine is the key to my practice. Although I have to say that I was pregnant for the last nine months, so my routine was a little different. And now that I have become a mother, it might change even more. But in general, this is what a painting day looks like.
I wake up between 8h and 9h and have breakfast and listen to the news. After that, I exercise for one hour – either running, weightlifting, or a CrossFit routine. When I’m done with that, I spend around two hours answering emails and Instagram messages, and then I prepare colours, brushes and I start my painting flow. From 12h to 14h, my husband and I make a healthy lunch (we love all kinds of vegetables) and spend those two hours together. I have dinner at 19h or 20h, and then do whatever I want until I go to bed around 22h or 23h – yes, I sleep a lot!
Sleep is one of the most important things that humans can do to keep their bodies and minds healthy, so I sleep as much as I can. And I’m glad that I did because now, with a baby, sleep is absolutely not the same.