I recently came across a fun post, 32 Lessons from 32 Years of Life. The timing was perfect as I was pondering what to post about on my birthday (Yep, Pisces here.), and I had actually been toying with the idea of this type of post. I hope you find these short lessons useful, andContinue reading “33 Lessons in 33 Years”
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Things I Learned About My Bad Self, 2013 Edition
I was scrolling through my WordPress reader when I came across a post by Campari & Sofa that made me think. It was entitled Things I learned about my campari self this year and noted 10 things the author had learned, from philosophic to practical. I commented that I enjoyed her list and was thinking about borrowingContinue reading “Things I Learned About My Bad Self, 2013 Edition”
Should You Work For Free?
Anyone who’s ever owned a business (or freelanced or done work on the side) has come across this issue. I’m talking about working for free, whether for ‘exposure,’ often vague potential future business promises or for a worthy cause. Should you do it? I’ve run into this issue numerous times since starting my business, ClearlyContinue reading “Should You Work For Free?”
A Picture’s Worth A Lifetime of Inspiration
This picture shows me crossing the finish line of my first half-marathon in 2011. It was so much more than just a race though. At this moment, exhausted and hurting, I realized that I could achieve so much more in life. No more just accepting the status quo. Since this picture was taken, I’ve completedContinue reading “A Picture’s Worth A Lifetime of Inspiration”