This not updating my blog thing has become an unfortunate habit of mine. Today is a new day, though, one that begins with blogging! I’ve become a bit of a blog post hoarder as well, so times are definitely a changin’.
I feel as if I say this more than I should, but I’ve been hard at work for the past few weeks. I’ve discovered that having one or two really great clients is infinitely better than several so-so clients. Trust, creative control, and open communication are powerful things.
Because of my work load, I’ve had to make it a point to get myself away from the computer every so often. I’ve taken up refuge in a few books: Book Yourself Solid by Michael Port and The Philosophy of Warhol by Warhol himself. I haven’t quite decided if I like Book Yourself Solid. While Port makes some great points, his writing style is just.. well, it’s a little too salesman-like for my tastes. Anyhow, the Warhol book is fantastic and crazy and (surprisingly) riddled with great little ah-ha moments.
Fort Worth is experiencing a bit of a Delicious Food Boom right now, so I’ve made it my mission to experience as much of it as I can before moving to Los Angeles(can’t wait!). Thai food is my absolute favorite, so Thailicious(I know..) was an obvious choice for dinner last Friday. Turns out, it was an obvious choice for most of Fort Worth- the line for this 10 table place was out the door! It was well worth the wait.
I love finding humor in unexpected places! Central Market on a Friday night is never a let-down.
Tea has become my go-to for caffeine and comfort. I love these little bits of wisdom on the tags- it gives you something to reflect on while the tea steeps.
As I mentioned earlier, I’ve come to terms with my blog neglecting ways and have made it a priority to make this space flourish. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I have!