You can find out more about the role model for Alice here.
1st: In the original tale by Lewis Carroll, Alice is in big confusion because she just changed her size to being very small by eating a cake. As she speaks to the caterpillar, she emphasises that she's not herself. The caterpillar asks 'So you think you're changed, do you?' and she responses 'I'm afraid I am, sir, I can't keep the same size for ten minutes together!'
2nd: In Tim Burton's version of Alice in Wonderland with grown-up Alice visiting the wonderland she can't remember, the caterpillar states that she's not completely Alice (as she could reanimate more qualities of her former self from her childhood).
So, I took those 2 stories and realised that, in my case, my arts and crafts are always processing and because I'm so obsessive sometimes, they're nearly running away from me. Sometimes it's like chasing for something divine.
Almost Alice expresses incompleteness, and that's the point.
That's the thing that keeps me going: Accomplishing a thing but there's always another idea right around the corner!
That isn't stressful, that's the best and the most natural thing to me.
And that's why I got it tattooed on my wrist: