Month

July 2018
When I was younger, I had a slew of journals. Some would have doodles, others would be more like diaries, but most were filled with stories and poems. There was something so comforting about putting pen to paper and watching the words come out. However, as technology grew, the good old pen and paper became...
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I sat down to write this post 20 minutes ago and have since started a grocery list, consumed 13 almonds (okay, 48 but that’s not important), searched Getty images and watched a video about the secrets of Disneyland while working on a design layout. None of which I sat down to do. But there’s a...
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