Always remember why you started.
A year ago, I started drawing again with only one purpose: I wanted to do what I loved in my childhood.
Then I posted my doodle on Instagram. I had only few followers at that time, and no one cared. I was able to do anything I wanted without worrying about what others do.
On the other day, I noticed that I begin to think I “should” doodle every morning. Why “should”? When I started, I did what I really wanted to do; how dare it now becomes one of the things I “should” do every day?
I decided to go back to where I started. I draw because I want to draw like a kid, not because I want to make someone impressed.