A little grapefruit, a little rum and a little elderberry and you’ll be the hit of any party.Read More
Here I am sitting in a brand new apartment thinking back on how for the first time ever, my last rental felt like home. I know, I know I’m crazy to move now after I’ve put so much work into my place, but I get equality excited for all the new projects to come. Here’s a tour of before and after photos of my garden rental.Read More
Picture this: it’s January 14 and you’re 3 feet deep in snow. You’re just off the holidays and the winter depression is setting it (or not if you’re in sunny Cali or the sunshine state!). A way to perk yourself up is a fresh, delicious homemade apple pie - which tastes as wonderful as the day you freshly picked them back in September. Here’s how you can have this magical pick-me-up.Read More
Inspirability, by Pash
How to be a graphic designer, without losing your soul, by Adrian Shaughnessy
ABC, by Marion Bataille
Grid Systems, by Kimberly Elam
The Brand Gap, by Marty Neumeier
The Story of Earth & Sky, by Washburne: published in 1935 with this cute handwritten note in it :
"Danny - We hope the facts in this book will match your curiosity. Best success in your future studies. Sincerely Louis & Margery"I just love old books.
Yes that is an old letter guide, how awesome right?
How To Become A Better Negotiator
1. Separate the person from their position.
2. Money isn't the only factor in a negotiation.
3. Practice your negotiating skills with a friend.
4. Never name the first number
5. The First Number Named Has A Profound Impact of the Rest of the Conversation.
[Read the entire article by Sean Blanda over at the 99u.com.]