Things I loved this week


Branding the United States presidents.

Kory spoke about the power of community.

4 tips on managing your creative time.

A beautiful photo blog by two friends with the same name.

Some insights on personal branding.

I would like to personally declare all  the”create a personal brand” stuff bullshit.
Work at being the most expressed, consistent, unapologetic version of your authentic self.
Work at letting the real you come through.
Work at having the courage to say what you actually have to say.
Then you’ll have a strong, coherent “brand” naturally, which is to say, people will know who you are because you will be living it.

I really want this polka dot bag.

Strawberry basil mojito. Yessshhh! And, because you’re so pretty, a Kiwi basil mojito, too!

I’m pretty sure I need this gold confetti nail polish.

How to make a typography pillow.

Have you heard of Poogla – art for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch?

And, speaking of wallpapers, here’s a set of sweet floral doodles for your desktop, tablet or phone.

One more reason not to be an asshole on Twitter.

Norman Reedus is on Instagram. You’re welcome.

The Maze Runner


Going to the movies a couple weekends ago, that weekend I saw Divergent twice, I saw the trailer for The Maze Runner and was immediately hooked. Funny thing I learned about myself, it literally took a visual for me to become interested in reading the book. It had popped up numerous times in the recommended books for me on Amazon and I’d seen it other places, too, but was never inspired enough to buy it.

Want to know what hooked me? Okay, so here’s my confession, I not only read YA novels, but I also watch Teen Wolf on MTV. Oh, the horror you may say… well, it’s my guilty pleasure and I’m not apologizing. There are worse things after all. Anyways, as soon as I recognized Stiles, the quirky human sidekick on Teen Wolf, would be playing the lead (Thomas) in The Maze Runner I knew it was something I would be interested in.

The great part was that now that I had a person whom I could relate the main character to I think it made reading the books that much more enjoyable. I could translate the humor in the book to what it will be like in the movie… and folks, it’s going to be great. That’s my prediction at least.

And, when I say books, I mean I read the trilogy last week. It was really good!


Things I loved this week


When a fashion post is more than a fashion post – How to dress for a job interview.

These photos of animals at Kruger National Park.

130+ sites, apps & books for (web) designers.

I watched The Impossible Sunday night (because The Walking Dead)… it had me gasping throughout the whole movie!

A great list of books to read this Spring. They all look good!

Don’t ask Pinterest how to decorate Easter eggs.

DIY Hourglass Ambient Lighting Inspired Blush.

Pretty polka dot linen tote that’s sadly outside my budget.

Cocorrina Typeface (I used it on the image) free font download and it’s so beautiful.

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Things I loved this week



Homemade dog treats – oh yes.

When bloggers make it on to a television show… it’s exciting for all of us!

Kelly shares insights on the differences between re-brand and re-design.

Hilarious – things the husband says.

Grilled cheese party. Boom.

Holly shares her wisdom about when to hire a designer.

A DIY homemade face mask that looks good enough to eat, but that’s wrong.

Chocolate Mudcake – what’s even better is the post layout << me being a nerd.

Gorgeous minimalist color block wallpapers for your phone.

Hello spring desktop and iphone wallpaper.

Happy weekend!