Rather than New Years Resolutions, this year I have goals, or a vision, for my life in 2019. Some of them are new things, some of them, like losing weight and being more healthy are goals I set every year. But I have a good feeling about 2019.
My relationship with plant based eating is similar to my relationship with health in general: something I aspire to, but something that I’ve ultimately been inconsistent with. 2019 is the year to take back my life and my health. And help the environment in the process.
I’ve been making changes everyday in order to be happy with less. I’ve redefined what success is, what makes me happy, what I want to do in my free time. I’ve changed how I travel and how I view the world, all in the hopes of focusing on the things that matter and cutting the excess out of my life.
As someone who has been taking college classes since 2004, it feels unreal to be graduating and leaving college. It’s a bittersweet feeling somewhere between accomplishment and sadness. The reality is that I am now an official grown up. The spaceship that I have been living on that has been orbiting earth for the last 9 years is finally landing in the real world.
Having a cohesive brand image is essential in this day and time. Everyone and their brother has a small business, clothing line or record label. If you want to survive, you need to stand out. The best way to do that is to create a strong brand identity that expands to every aspect of your business.
I have a client with 437 product images on their website, all with rasterized text. What this means is that the text is part of an image rather than HTML text, meaning the search engines cannot read the text. Because of this, their website is not as indexable as it should be by the search engines.