The Art of Single-Tasking

We are very fast on our feet but sometimes we trip. Sometimes we need to take time to do nothing to come back down from our high that comes from all this information and stuff around us.

To just sit, to do nothing, to do the dishes, the laundry, eat food, all without the element of distractions. That is when your best creative ideas will come to life. That is when your subconscious mind can come forward and finally speak to you after being pushed back by your distractions. 

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The Art of Progress

Next time you achieve a small success, act like you've won the lottery!! Tell you friends and family, scream it off your balcony if you wish, buy yourself a really expensive and delicious coffee and OWN IT! I figured out what the key motivator for my work is, it's not money, not fame, not positive feedback (although those are all nice),

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One Year Since Graduation: A Reflection

One year ago, I graduated my Undergrad at Ryerson University in the Fashion Communications program with a Bachelor of Design. This was a huge milestone for me, because I worked so hard to get into the program just four years before that, and I knew it was such a small chance of getting accepted. Here’s a reflection from where I stand now since then.

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5 Tips on Staying Motivated As a Freelancer

I get this question a lot, and most of the reason why is because for most of our lives growing up, we always have someone else to tell us what to do, when to do it, how to do it and when to do it by. Well, when you become a freelancer suddenly it's all up to you to figure out how you're gonna get more work, make more money, produce good work and spend your work days. 

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