In this post, I provide an update on the progress toward my 2018 goals, including lots of photos and projects I completed along the way. I outline a few current projects and make some guesses about what the months ahead might look like.
This post is an example of a positive reframe. I'll share how my goals evolved over the course of 2017 and how I approached the planning process for 2018. It's already been a more successful year!
4 Crystals to know for when the next breakout hits. Mine's coming, I can feel it.
In this post, I share five things that I found to be surprisingly inspirational over the course of the holiday season.
It's been awhile since I've posted, so I'm easing back into the swing of things by highlighting a recent design project that I'm pretty excited to write about: my wedding invitation. In this post, I detail the design process for my personal wedding invitation, including what I learned and the unexpected outcomes of the project. I … Continue reading Invitation to Love: Out-of-this-World Wedding Invites
It was only in the last few years that I learned how powerful the goal setting process can be. I want to share my process in case it might be helpful, and so I can provide updates to be held accountable. In this post, I'm going to share the action plan I drafted in early January 2017. I'll report my progress in late November (or early December), and will provide a full status update in January, only a few short months away.
I'm feeling Dolly Parton today, y'all!
I've always admired neon signs, and I'm currently drawing inspiration from them. Each sign is unique and represents so much more than meets the eye. But fun for the eye they are! One-Eyed Jack's We've talked about somehow reimagining the One-eyed Jack's sign since we first laid eyes on it (huh huh), perhaps with colored lights … Continue reading Neon Signs of Twin Peaks
I really enjoy business card projects. Every design is different and comes with a unique set of challenges and considerations. I love the process of figuring out what the client wants, what they need, and how I can use my design skills to make it happen. In this post, I detail the design process for … Continue reading Business Card: Rustic Treehouse
After spending too much time researching how to build my graphic design skill set, I decided to do what every piece of research recommended: just start doing it. Many of the articles I read suggested re-creating designs and images that already exist. I've never been short of ideas, and I was hesitant to go this … Continue reading Universal Citizenship Card Series: The Elevator Dilemma