Create Stunning Infographics (free resources)

Create Stunning Infographics (free resources)

I recently finished taking Create Stunning Infographics to Share your Ideas class on Skillshare. The class project was to create (surprise, surprise!) an Infographic. I ended up creating one below to present resources mentioned in the class. I thought it will fun to share it here. Hope it is useful.

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Giving Away My Art – Pay What You Want

Giving Away My Art – Pay What You Want

Last to last year on a podcast, I came across a Pay What You Want (PWYW) pricing model. It was the first time I was hearing it and found myself intrigued. It took me only 18 months (haha!) to figure out how to implement this in my own work. For me making art is easy;(…)

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Jericho Nail Kit Review

Jericho Nail Kit Review

A persistent sales consultant manage to sell this to me while I was stolling by Trinity Centre in Aberdeen. She grabbed my hand and started buffing it – I like to keep my nails natuaral with no nail polish After a 15-minute sales talk/demo and good discount I decided to buy the kit. She needed(…)

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Search Google Like a Pro – 10 Tips

Search Google Like a Pro – 10 Tips

I found a new (and free!) software to record my computer screen and I decide to record 10 tips to search Google like a pro…why? because it is one of the most important thing that helps me everyday find and implement information quickly. While I have a long way to go learning to like the sound(…)

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Bookmark this: 400+ Awesome Free Tools To Build Your Business

Bookmark this: 400+ Awesome Free Tools To Build Your Business {0}

A quick post to share over 400 awesome resources for freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups – these include topics like business, marketing, design & code, productivity and learning. http://growth.supply/free/all and http://growth.supply/free/new/   

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Visual Thinking

Visual Thinking

Last week I took a Visual Thinking class on Skillshare (*referral link), taught by Catherine Madden and I wanted to tell you about it! It’s was quick, easy and well structured. I like to take a lot of notes during meeting and have come across a research that sketchnoting makes us better listener as we are(…)

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Pocket Notebooks

Pocket Notebooks {0}

Like sketchbooks, I like to make my own pocket notebooks. It must be something in weather as I had previously made these first in January 2013. I am a stationery lover and  prefer to take notes and make lists on paper. I usually have a pocket notebooks in my purse, one on kitchen top, one on office desk,(…)

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Journaling – Daily Habit (2016)

Journaling – Daily Habit (2016) {0}

Happy 2016!! As mentioned in the last post, I am committing to journaling 366 days in 2016. I worked on developing on a morning routine in 2015 and as a part of it I wrote gratitude list. This year I will be taking it to the next level and will be journaling everyday. I will(…)

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Daily Goal Tracker – Update #habitprogress

Daily Goal Tracker – Update #habitprogress {0}

I am a goal setter, I tend to do set 7-10 goal during the New Years and review/tweak around my birthday (in June – I know it’s perfect!) On Jan 2015 I decided to re-engineer my morning routine (actually, build a morning routine). This involved waking up an hour before I usually do and developing(…)

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Combine Tabs in Chrome with OneTab

Combine Tabs in Chrome with OneTab {0}

Use OnTab to combine tabs in Chrome or Firefox.

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My Experience Selling on Fiverr

My Experience Selling on Fiverr {0}

In January this year I set myself a goal to make atleast $20.00 per week outside my full-time job. This was an experiment to test what I have been reading and listening to, on podcasts, all the the talk about making money online. Just because I like to define the parameters clearly before committing to(…)

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One list I make everyday

One list I make everyday {0}

Sorry for the radio silence. I took an unplanned break! If you don’t know already now you know that I am a list maker ….whether I make a to-do list or not I definitely make a gratitude list. Each day I write down at least three things I am grateful for. It doesn’t have to(…)

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Lessons from my 20s

Lessons from my 20s {0}

Recently I turned 30! and the analyst in me wanted to ‘review’ my 20s…so here are 20 lessons I learned in my 20s. These are short pieces of advice I either follow (or probably should follow). I want to remember (and be reminded) of these…so here they, 20 lessons from my 20s which no one(…)

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Last month I read and learnt… #6

Last month I read and learnt… #6 {0}

Happy Monday! Happy June! Here a list of stuff I enjoyed in May: What’s the best way to get a raise? I love Letters for Creatives from Braid Creative – recent one asks this question:  What are you building? A following? An agency? A brand? A product? A business? On the subject of newsletters, I(…)

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Last month I read and learnt… #5

Last month I read and learnt… #5 {0}

Happy May! I know, I know more than a week has already passed but I found/read/learnt some very interesting stuff  in April…so here a list of best from the web: Think about the above sentence, do you want to be happy or do you want to be right? I listened to this recently on a(…)

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I make my own sketchbooks

I make my own sketchbooks {0}

I recently started making my own sketchbooks and have filled up half a dozen of them. Most are made from watercolour paper (sometimes from cardstock or regular paper), folded into two and then stitched. It’s a perfect size to carry in a handbag. I don’t like them thicker as it becomes difficult to stitch them(…)

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Colouring books for grown-ups

Colouring books for grown-ups {0}

 Hi Friends! Did you know, colouring books are becoming popular as art therapy and help reducing stress through the magic of colouring in? Maybe it is working with hands which relieves anxiety. I found colouring is a great way to let your brain unwind and focusing on filling in the lines with colour can be(…)

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Last month I read and learnt… #4

Last month I read and learnt… #4 {0}

Happy March friends! Internet is rad. These are the few things I read and learnt last month… “Why do I want to be remembered at all?” – This TED Talk from Ricardo Semler will change how you see the world. If you are trying to develop a daily creative practice, I highly recommend THIS. Isn’t it(…)

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Make something everyday – an update

Make something everyday – an update {0}

Hello friends! You might remember I had started an experiment in March last year where I had set myself a goal of lettering/journaling/doodling everyday in 2014. The idea was ‘to draw something everyday even if it sucks’. Reading that post now it is obvious I wasn’t clear on what I wanted to do, or why(…)

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Take better decisions

Take better decisions {0}

We make hundreds of decisions every day but how does one ensure taking wise decisions to key questions and living with fewer regrets? I believe there are no hard and fast rules for decision-making. When we are stuck and have an important decision to make, we either ask our parents, we ask our friends, we go with(…)

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