In which I (or my photos) discuss networking, texture, becoming obsolete and green(!) grass
I’ve been a little behind with my photos. I’ve been out & about, though, so I’ll forgive myself. Hope you will, too!
Last week I went to a few networking meetings and a women’s conference. Good times, lots of new people, and a good chunk of free stuff from the conference! Most of it is quite usable, too, which is always a plus.
I’ve come to the conclusion that networking to find a job is somewhat similar to the outreach I did as a campus missionary at the beginning of each semester: Meet as many people as you possibly can then get in contact with as many of them as possible. Hopefully convince them in the short interaction you’ve had that you’re a person worth knowing. Then continue to foster relationships until at least a few of them become mutually beneficial.
So if you want to become part of my network, I certainly would like to add to yours! And if you know of a way that my design skills could be beneficial to someone or some company (#acareerwouldbegreat), let me know, and I will find a way to help you out, too! That’s what it’s all about! 🙂
Now on to photos for the past who-knows-how-many days!
The flyer on the screen is for an endeavor my cousin and a few of her friends are undertaking. It’s called Fighting for Fabulous, and it’s, well, fabulous. “Fighting for Fabulous gives you life-trained women to coach you and screaming fans to encourage you as you unleash the daily fight for your bigger-than-you-imagined life.” Check out their website and like their Facebook page (because you know you don’t want to miss out on a Moxy Monday!).
And for the rest of my photos…complete with shorter explanations from here on out: