You know how some people are 100% creators and others are 100% tech oriented? I've always had my foot in both the tech and creative worlds. For as long as I can remember, people told me that I was creative, had the eye and was a born artist. I won local art awards, was always top of the class, had 2 pieces out of a set of 4 of my final studio art pieces stolen after being graded (who the fuck does that?!? Steal all 4 if you must, don't leave me with an incomplete set!) and ha
Remember - "You're going to die one day. I know that's kind of obvious, but I just wanted to remind you in case you'd forgotten. You and everyone you know are going to be dead soon. And in the short amount of time between here and there, you have a limited amount of fucks to give. Very few in fact. And if you go around giving a fuck about everything and everyone without conscious thought or choice - well, then you're going to get fucked ..." This hit me right in the face. It'
For those who don't know - the Follow Unfollow Method is when you follow people on Instagram with the intention of having them follow you back out of courtesy/interest/or obligation if it's as a result of a 'Follow Everyone!' thread. Then you unfollow them afterwards. This is generally done at scale. >> Personally I don’t recommend or like the follow unfollow method and here's why: It can def result in growth but it generally results in predominantly UNENGAGED growth. For exa
I've been away setting intentions and sorting things out these past few weeks for the new year, for this page and for myself. Long story short ... I'm going in on This Jessa Lewis being my official side hustle!! [TODAY IS MY FIRST OFFICIAL HUSTLE DAY!] When I started blogging again (off the back of several random personal blogs from years gone past) toward the end of last year, it was purely as a creative outlet for myself. I was and am going through a journey of self growth,