Today, I’m sharing another favorite designer that I was introduced to through the #100dayproject by the Great Discontent. I love seeing Sara’s work pop up on my Instagram feed because I know that it’s hers even without seeing her username (branding at its finest!) While she is an awesome designer, she also loves to travel and explore.
Today is a special day because I am sharing an interview with Alicia Carvalho, a designer based out of Canada. I met her last year at Designer Vaca and since have loved following her and becoming friends with such an inspirational woman. She was born in Africa, grew up in Portugal and now lives in the lovely Vancouver.
Hey friends! Today I am officially announcing my new brand, website, & direction for my business. This big change has been a long time coming & I am so excited with the outcome. I have already had so much support, feedback, & love pouring in as I make these big changes & I am completely blown away. I want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who has been supporting me along the way.
I have learned so much over the years about building community and how important it really is. It is no joke people! There is a reason everyone is always talking about it. Whatever you want to call it “building your tribe” “finding your people” it all means the same thing. The “how” is the big question & the answer isn’t always the same. One thing that will definitely help though is putting yourself out there. Be the one to take the leap. It’s the dream right? To be surrounded by like-minded people doing what you love and helping others along the way? I know it’s my dream. That is the inspiration behind the “Let’s High Five” shirt I recently designed and put on Cotton Bureau.
In two weeks, #the100dayproject has already improved my discipline. Drawing my favorite things every day has become second nature to me. Every illustration is not equal though. Most days I put a lot of effort into the illustrations, but there are definitely days that it is all I can do to scribble something on the page. The process has been so freeing though. To get to the point though, I am going to share three big reasons why I know #the100dayproject has improved my discipline.
Lately, I have been running into a lot of business resources that I love and think you will love too. Every time I find a resource that aligns with my intentions at the time, I save it to Evernote. I don’t want to hoard all of those juicy resources though, so from time to time I want to round up my favorites and share them with you awesome people.
If you haven’t heard of #the100dayproject, it is an amazing exercise where you show up every day and make for 100 days. You choose one action to complete for the 100 days, you do the work, and then you share it on Instagram using #the100dayproject. Then create a hashtag that is unique to your project so your work can be browsed easily. If you want to learn even more details about it, head over to the Great Discontent.
Hey babe, one day at a time, one step at a time, you will be living the life you want to be living. All you have to do is make an effort. Take a step. Make a change. All the little steps add up. I say that as I lay in bed, making my own effort as I type this. One little word at a time. I should be going to sleep, but something came over me. I was inspired to write this after working on the illustration above.
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I’m Jessica Bramlett & I’m a graphic designer. I help creative entrepreneurs who want to take their branding to the next level, attract their dream clients, and make money doing what they love.
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