My pages are very simple, I don’t really use prompts, or plan things out in advance. I typically grab things that are out on my desk or within arms reach. This means my books are filled with scraps of paper, leftover photos, random bits that I pick up here and there. And that’s absolutely perfect. It means that whatever I pick up to play with is good enough.
And that’s what this is all about — spending a small amount of time each day working on something. If you did that, then it’s good enough. Sometimes the pages will be amazing and sometimes they’ll suck. But most of the time they’re going to be good, and that’s awesome. Because this isn’t about trying to make a page that is always better than the page you made the day before. It’s about spending the time making a page.