I am so excited. As I sit here bouncing my beautiful baby, I finally have opened Peace Apparel Co.. Although I spent a lot of time making designs and choosing only the ones that I felt reflected my vision of inner-peace, it’s about so much more than putting those designs on clothing. It’s about supporting environmental sustainability, and it’s about supporting small business, and it’s about supporting American jobs. That’s what excites me the most – it’s so much bigger than just a clothing line. Continue reading
Dreamers! Some might call us distracted, inattentive, or tell us our heads are in the clouds. That’s because we have a different mindset from non-dreamers which is perfectly okay! As long as we keep on doing what makes us happy, then why let someone else’s opinion bother us? Here’s 10 reasons you just know make you a dreamer: Continue reading
We are all different. We all have different dreams, different values, different priorities. Everything we look at, we see differently from those around us. Psychologically speaking, everything we see and understand is partially objective raw data, but also partially formed through our brain’s interpretation based on our own biases that we can’t even control. Crazy isn’t it? Well – we all have different working styles as well.
I talk all the time about how I’m following my dreams to entrepreneurship in a creative and healthy manner, but that doesn’t mean entrepreneurship is for everyone! Sure, there are a lot of people in the corporate world who really don’t fit there but don’t know how to get out, but otherwise there are many who do fit there because of their values on routines, following direction and low risk environments. Neither is wrong, but this post might help you decide which side you fall on (although it’s likely you already have a good idea of which position better suits you!). Continue reading
I’m still brand new to Tumblr and Facebook, but I’d love to connect with you dreamers. Anyone who follows me on Twitter knows I LOVE to share things I find.
Free Spirit Babe
I’m beginning to realize I love the paintings and drawings that I come up with more if my mind is completely centered and I’m not distracted thinking about something else. This isn’t to say I don’t still consider art to be an outlet- I do. Just rather than using it as an outlet for emotions that I feel I’m struggling to control, I like the outcome better if I do a little bit of meditation first, allowing me to reflect my dreams in my art rather than my frustrations. Continue reading