I’m guessing, at this point, that this is going to be a relatively informal post. I started to write it to my regular blog (kodecy), but in all seriousness, I’ve been posting most of my beadwork information to this one. Unfortunately for my readers, I have not been comfortable enough yet to take pictures ofContinue reading “Routine Log #6: Deeper Into Design”
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Business vs Art
Well, I found out what was bothering the tendon in my finger. It wasn’t typing. It was, rather, all the note-taking I’ve had to do for three classes. When I first began online learning (years ago), I was a bit shocked that I had to resort to analog recording methods outside of the computer. ItContinue reading “Business vs Art”
Routine Log #4: Heading up to the finish
The future of this blog is discussed; directions may change in the near future.
In which I re-vision the trajectory of my beadwork enterprise, and discuss this possible microbusiness attempt, in light of new information gained in Business classes.
In which I catch up on what’s actually happening
Taking Business classes in some sense lets me know beforehand that my Business idea will likely not provide a livable amount of income.
Routine Log #3: Various notes over the last week
I haven’t been working too much on my jewelry. The most I’ve done within the last week is logging, labeling, and storing a bunch of beads that arrived two weeks ago. Part of this had to do with quarantining incoming mail; part of it had to do with not being too hot on actually goingContinue reading “Routine Log #3: Various notes over the last week”
Routine Log #1
Things seem to be improving, here. For one thing, I can actually think about taking a job again in the short-term…though I believe my preference would still angle toward Remote work. Commuting is just not attractive for someone in my current position, especially if I can’t use Mass Transit. I’ve also signed up for aContinue reading “Routine Log #1”