Hey guys. Whew. Every day is feeling like a whirlwind at the moment – I’m just glad I finally got to pop in here and tell you what’s up. And holy cow, how did it get to be February already?
I joked the other day to Chris that I’m running four businesses right now and that’s honestly kind of what it feels like. And I don’t know if I’m always doing so well at it, but somehow I’m doing it! (insert: gritted teeth emoji here)
As of right now, I’m currently working on distributing June Falling Down, working as a virtual health/fitness coach and running two groups (a free one on clearing clutter and my monthly workout/nutrition group – you can still jump into both!), pursuing an acting career, and writing a new script for a couple hours a day. My brain is swimming all day every day.
It’s honestly too much, but when isn’t it? Every leg of June has been more overwhelming than we anticipated. And we want to do it as well as we can and as effectively as possible, and that just takes time that only only minimally have. That’s just the truth. So, we’re moving along and trying to be human beings. But it’s a real push lately.
One thing I’m just going to drop a note about though is, guys, I’m planning a podcast. I’m incredibly intimidated by this. I want to talk about how we made June, I want to explain the circumstances under which we made it, how we continually strategized along the way, and how other people can do something similar. But, oof, it’s a lot. Like, do I add transition music? How do I structure it? What’s OUR version of a podcast series? We’re not NPR, we’re just little old Rebecca and Chris with a mic in our apartment.
And do I even have time to do this? Resounding NO. But I also think that in making a movie like June and in the way we did it, the best way to use all that information outside of as experience for ourselves for our next movie, is to share it and help other people get over their fear and just make the dang movie.
So! Man, this post has literally been me saying, I’m so busy, halp! But we’re doing okay. We’re just pushing. And then we’re taking a few days off this weekend and getting out of town. And then pushing again. Look, it keeps life interesting. There’s always something big to dream about. And that’s the way I like it.