How I Use Positive Mantras to Improve my Business and Life
Welcome to my journal.
This is where the meandering and intertwined thoughts of my work, process, and life live.
How to Find Your Design Style as a Graphic Designer (5 tips)
I recently started a series of graphics on my instagram where I share a “positive business mantra” of mine and expand on it in the caption. By series, I mean that I’ve done two so far, but HEY- I have every intention of continuing this as I really enjoy it- and my followers seem to be also. (I mean they can’t all be my mom posing on fake accounts, can they?) Trigger warning: mega cliche sentence incoming: it is so easy to get caught up these days, with social media and what not. Ha. But seriously, when you’re a solopreneur, the lines between business and personal get blurry. In some cases, the two worlds just plain meld in to one another.
My 7 Step Sought After Moodboarding Process
I’ve always been someone who lives life in the middle of two extremes concerning my personal style. I’m a really weird mix of being the girliest-most-rose-tones-loving human you’ve ever met and simultaneously baggy t-shirt-adoring and often shopping from the mens section. I freakin’ love men’s t-shirts and don’t really care what anyone says about it! I think my style is a lot like my personality (I don’t know if this a weird parallel to draw) but I’d say I’m pretty much the marriage of relaxed and chilled out AF and like, mega excited about most things.
I’ve received a fair amount of comments and compliments on Instagram on my moodboard sharing posts. I’ve even been asked where I get my templates (BLUSH)- the secret’s out- I don’t use templates! Dun dun daaaa! Don’t panic though. I’m here to walk through you step by step how I create curated and creative moodboards for all kinds of brands and projects, so you can take my process and apply it in your own business or life!