In December 2016, I began freelance writing. While my mother listened to one of Pat Flynn's Smart Passive Income podcasts, I actually soaked up information on entrepreneurship and blogging. Maybe it was the fact that I loved writing. Or I happened to testify to Pat Flynn's podcast. Perhaps, it's both. All I know is, within a few hours, I set up a freelance profile on Freelancer and Upwork.
I am an actress and director. I am also a theatre reviewer. I have not been able to earn as a reviewer since mid-March. My many wonderful artist-friends have not been able to earn performing or directing or designing since mid-March. We miss sharing our work with audiences. We miss being together in the "room where it happens."
I recently did a fun behind-the-scenes video about my life. I've been collecting small paintings, prints, and one very special trophy. Join me in my cozy space, meet my chihuahuas, and check out the art and objects that inspire me. My apartment was chosen specifically because I wanted a smaller apartment than my last one so I could go to work, come home to a neat organized space, and basically just get ready for the next phase of my life. I would love to get back to gardening, hobbies, and cooking more, but in the meantime, I’m in full work mode!
With modeling there are a few questions I'm always asked. How did you get into modeling? Why did you start modeling? Who have you modeled for? How long have you been modeling? What's in your model bag? Any advice? These are all good questions, and each have answers that should help all new models. For this article I am going to focus on my very first agent and how this all started. I will answer some questions here and the rest in another article.
Radiologists have been assigned to the frontline because COVID-19 virus has signatures on chest CT characteristic of viruses that damage lungs. There has now been a major shift in perspective for radiology practices and departments with the onset and spread of COVID-19 respiratory illness. Just as radiology practitioners and imaging departments, radiology peer review companies are also closely following the changing guidelines and requirements. Radiology departments now need to focus on preparedness first while until now the focus has been on diagnostic capability. The reason for the shift is -- at present chest CT findings are no longer part of diagnostic criteria for COVID-19.This is because CT may be normal in early illness and after each patient is scanned the machine will have to be completely disinfected, which means the machine remains non-operational until then.