More people like your photos online than the number of people you have talked to in the past month.
While we wish that we could tell ourselves and others that we are struggling, we refuse to accept our own weaknesses. We blame our failure to launch, or our refusal to extend ourselves beyond our reach on bullshit excuses like time.
We live in a digital age. Several journalism-oriented courses at universities offer modules in blogging and social media management, and your chances of bagging a career in the creative industries are slim if you don’t have some sort of online presence – be it a blog, visual CV or digital portfolio – besides your Instagram feed.
“There’s this other side you get to and you don’t get there very often. Where while you’re writing, you speak so much of your truth, you’re even learning from it.” – John Mayer Writing and learning are inseparably linked.
3. “Always keep your passport on you when you’re overseas.”
This week, Medium announced Medium for Publishers, a publisher-in-a-box solution for small and medium-sized digital media companies.
Prepare to take some serious ‘me’ time.
Adventure doesn’t have to be found across the world. Find it in little moments, in spontaneity, in conversations that challenge your thinking. Embrace the confusion of this time of your life and accept it as a challenge to see and experience as much you possibly can.
I drafted a post titled “23 things I wish I knew at 22.” Haha, wait, am I actually significantly older and wiser than I was at 22? Ummmm….I’m going to go with a hard “no.”
One thing I do know for certain is that women are putting up with way too much bullshit.