1. Getting Your Design Ready
It's a struggle to get a great painting, you work at it for hours even days and still can't seem to get that beautiful finished professional look, but if you do these 6 things you will be amazed at the end results and you will be proud of your work finally.
NaNoWriMo is something I’ve tried to participate in every year. Every year, I fail pretty hard at even approaching that 50,000 word count we all aspire to. I pick at bits and pieces of short stories and novels, never quite hitting the mark on any of them. Now, at the halfway mark of this year, I find myself ahead of schedule in the mid to high 20k range for my word count on a novel I literally conceived on November 1st.
It's been several weeks since I last updated this blog. A lot has been going on for me. If you read Part 1 of my eCommerce Journey, you'll know that mental health has played a large part of my year. I've been tackling it, slowly but surely.
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Data is a vital resource available to your business. When you take time to analyze and understand the sets of data presented to you, it can greatly help your company see the success you desire. There are a number of different tactics you can consider when you want to start implementing data-driven campaigns. Give yourself a moment to look over some of these ideas and see which methods are the most sensible for your long-term business goals.
Looking across the landscape of New York City and seeing all the graffiti on our buildings could lead to a rather low born opinion. The idle minds behind the scrawls carry a mentality not much more evolved than those of a Neanderthal. 86 year old Robert Janz of Tribeca counts himself among NYC artists who add to the scenery and would not only consider the critique a compliment but sees the perception as pretty insightful.
There is a long history of companies exploiting workers through mistreatment and low pay, and this is unquestionably true of online companies employing freelancers and gig workers. Instacart recently inspired strikes from its workers due to declining tips, and earlier this year both Lyft and Uber were at the center of worker strikes due to complaints of about pay and unreasonable hours. (Mohan 2019) A new addition to this line of problematic companies is Rev, which employs gig workers for transcription, captioning, and translation jobs.
I have written a few times here about my writing process, and how destructive it can be. Also about how writing my former favorite subject matter (political satire) was becoming too much of a burden to continue to write. (If you are interested in reading those pieces you can find them here, and here.) But, I have started a new creative venture recently, and now four weeks into it and I feel good enough to finally write here about it.