I thought it was time to give my followers a little treat! I’ve created these new lovely wallpaper designs to update and inspire your workspace. Share! Enjoy!
You can click the links down at the bottom to open the image in a new browser window for the full resolution image. Then just save the image (right click or drag and drop) to your computer, tablet, or phone!
As soon as I saw this painting, I was drooling! Ah! These colors! These lines! The white space! This is one TALENTED artist.
Prints and other gorgeous artwork by artist Bianca are available at WildHumm.com.
Paying homage to her amazing skills, this color palette has been created to be used and enjoyed! Please feel free to use these web color codes as you’d like. Just copy and paste the 6-digit code anywhere on a website where you can specify a color for a perfect match. These colors can also be used in a variety of design programs, desktop publishing programs and more.
I have many clients that come to me initially and want the perfect logo but have absolutely no idea what kind of logo will suit them best. I mean- it’s a HUGE task for a business. In one small graphic you have to represent all aspects of who you are and what you do. So what do you do?
Are you ready for this?!
This is the most SIMPLE way to understand what a logo should be.
Operation Happiness is an incredible quick read written by Kristi Ling that everyone should pick up. She outlines some amazingly simple life changes that help you learn to choose happiness and cultivate it as you would a skill. What changes does she recommend? Change your view, change your mornings, create new habits. That’s it! READ IT! This book is amazing.
I’ve chosen to highlight an article from the end of the book (her 30 days of positive life lessons) on avoiding work burnout. I think work fatigue is an issue for everyone from time to time and this advice is inspiring. I happened to read this on just the right day and it was exactly what I needed!
“We’ve all been there: that feeling of being overwhelmed and mentally exhausted from ever-growing lists of tasks, messages, and e-mails demanding our energy and attention.
The drive for fifty-hour-plus workweeks, combined with technological advances that keep our mental gears constantly turning, has resulted in millions of over-caffeinated, sleep-deprived, burned-out employees and business owners who dream about moving to an island to work at a seaside mai tai bar.