So now you work for yourself, but are super anxious about things you never thought about before? Did I check the mobile css for that client's site? Taxes, I have to pay taxes? UGH. You've added stress to your life, but need to get a grip on your work/life balance, and one of those ways is SLEEP.
We crafted a brand that fit Eliza's style, and yet is approachable. You want to feel like you have jumped into something really edgy and fun, yet you will feel comfortable reaching out to Eliza for some nutrition help. Check out Eliza's new brand design for Feed the Dietitian!
Dear fellow freelancers, do you remember the day back when you woke up, went to your job and then came home and magically on some scheduled time there was money in your bank account? Fortunately enough, I sort of remember this.
It is only recently that I started to create a true year in review, and if it's the only blog post I have this year, I am excited to share it with you all. Note: the plan is to get back into it without any goals, or numbers to hit, just to try and find time for some writing.
There’s this huge problem out there in the world of blogging, and if you have been at it for a while, you probably have a running list of issues - but we will cover one of them today.
I started to cut back slowly, and in a methodical manner so that as I go into the future, I make choices that fit the ultimate business goals of having an incredible work/life balance.
Oh I have a fun one for you guys today! I say that because I was getting ready to do some blogging, and looking at colors. Colors of my site, colors of the sites my clients get and don't get me wrong, color exploration is part of our brand discovery.
The Sid Wainer & Son brand has been around for a long time in New England, and their expansion into South Dartmouth in 2002 is really an incredible benefit to New England.
Oh this is a fun project y'all. I had recently done a lot of projects with pastels, and while we all know I have a love hate relationship with saturated color. This project coincided with needing some color around the early spring here in New England.
Jillian the owner of Bella Carta Boutique a stationery company in New Jersey was working on expanding her business and looking for a good place for local wedding vendors in the area to advertise and connect. To her disbelief, she didn't find something that resonated with her.
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