This is a commentary upon and expansion past the worries I expressed about 6 weeks ago. I tend to be a very anxious person. It’s obvious enough if you know me in my day-to-day life, or if you catch me in the middle of an anxiety flare-up. Generally, as a writer, I’ve tried to keepContinue reading “Clarification”
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Yeah…maybe I kind of love design.
I was able to start reworking the design practice piece that fell apart in my last post. I’m not referring to the black and fuchsia set that I photographed; I’m referring to the green and topaz set that broke as I was making it. I didn’t photograph it — it isn’t a habit of mineContinue reading “Yeah…maybe I kind of love design.”
Routine Log #6: Deeper Into Design
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”
Let’s think this through
Thinking through the ramifications and risks of making money off of my jewelry hobby, I finally settle on what makes most sense, to me.
Well hello there! After writing last night, I didn’t expect to have a change of heart! I’m pretty sure the rest of the world doesn’t celebrate this, but today was Thanksgiving in the US. Essentially…we saw a couple of people today whom we haven’t seen in person for two years, and got together over food.Continue reading “Celebrations”
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”
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.
Decisions…in which there is no right decision
In which I consider leveraging my current education into a career in distance-education academia, learning and teaching about media literacy.
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.
If I had worked out how much I was comfortable being paid (or needed to draw) earlier; if I’d worked out how much I could earn by not investing a lot into the beading enterprise; it would have been a quicker path to the realization that this maybe should be a second line of income,Continue reading “Money matters.”