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I'm feeling the love for my work a tad extra these days.  Truly, I'm grateful to say I am happy 90% of the time when it comes to my profession.  10% spared of course for just plain shitty moments inevitable to occur.  These times are typically reserved for technical issues out of a normal human's control.  #notbitterpartyofone

In short, I appreciate getting to do what I love for a living, what I earned my education in, which in today's world isn't all that common BTdubs, and because it affords me the chance to be a creative professional.  I love nothing more than getting creative and letting that flow.  I love applying said free flow to churn said creativity into efficiency.  That part reallly makes me happy.

I saw the photo in this post on Uncommon James's Instagram account and had an epiphany; I see each client as one of these beautiful bouquets full of color and design, ready to be neatly organized and designed to meet a vision, a goal, a deadline.  There's reason to the order and rhyme to the creation of content and all are tended to ensuring vision is brought to life.

That may sound odd initially and may need to be reread because it's my own take on things, Lol, but it makes sense to me and provided a moment of reflection really pushing gratitude even higher up on the scale of life.  I'm so proud of our little media agency and thrilled to help others promote and brand themselves in a multitude of ways.  Makes me eager to review, evaluate, and update goals to forge ahead further.  Entrepreneurship, you sly dog you, I think I love you <3 p="">



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