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Best Year Ever 2018: Posts

Wow. I bet you weren’t expecting to hear from me after all this time! I have to say that after some deep thinking, I came to a few realizations. One of them is to stop procrastinating. I also follow a lot of inspirational type, go-getting, #bosslady entrepreneurs. I was hoping it would inspire me, and…

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Janelle Monáe (The Pearl Theater)

So, it’s your girl, hitting you off with something new. I was kind of waffling back and forth about how I wanted to grow this portfolio. I scrubbed most of the irrelevant junk so there’s probably a lot of dead links out there in the world, oops. I had outgrown the Hello Salvation! name and…

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The Red Shoes (1948)

I fancy myself an armchair movie critic, so I will be reviewing films of all shapes, sizes, and genres with my sui generis perspective. OpenCulture has Martin Scorsese’s 85 films every aspiring filmmaker needs to see. Although I am many years removed from such an aspiration, the critical analysis of movies and filmmaking is something…

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#VDAYSUX: Closing Address

Post 13 of 13 Another successful blogathon comes to an end. I hope you enjoyed this little foray into creativity for me. I enjoyed creating the content, and sourcing the media, and just being able to post consistently. 2017 was completely bonkers for me, so doing VDAYSUX meant cleaning the slate, buckling down, and making…

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33 Ways to Stay Creative

Post 12 of 13 Sometimes, it’s hard to figure out how to stay creative. Us creative folks easily say, “I make things, yay!” But maintaining that vibe all the time seems like a job unto itself. This list has been helpful to me over the years, and I hope it’s of some use to you…

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