Editor burgundy bug highlights some of the illustrations she has created over the last few weeks.
This compilation features the pieces “Cool Science,” “Oh Brain,” “Sunflower Pals,” “Floral Trio,” “Bile Reflux,” “MMJ,” and “Growth.”
Editor burgundy bug has just added nine new prints and four new stickers to her personal Etsy shop. And the best part? You can get 10 percent off your order using the promo code “BDZN10.”
All orders over $35.00 (USD) also get to enjoy FREE SHIPPING!
It’s all too easy to find yourself consumed by the vortex of constant productivity. After all, if you’re not creating something worth sharing on the internet, then what the hell are you doing?
As stacks of to-do lists pile up to your eyes alongside empty coffee mugs, it’s easy to lose sight of what truly matters: your emotional and physical wellbeing.
Navigating the trials and tribulations of discovering your specialty as a writer is basically one big game of throwing shit at a wall and seeing what sticks.
But even then — where do you start?
Self love and self care seem to be abundant in the air these days. Yet, they’re often polluted by a shroud of toxic positivity the trails behind them.
While optimism is central wellness, too much of that cream in your coffee will leave you wondering if you’re better off just drinking milk.
Although cynicism could be revered as the counter-culture to suffocating positivity, the two can exist in equilibrium.
In fact, self love thrives in a space of self acceptance. How are you expected to love every part of yourself if you’re unwilling to accept all that comes with being you: the good and the bad?
Being self-employed comes with its own set of challenges: establishing your business, carefully keeping track of your taxes and deduction, generating leads, negotiating your own health insurance… The list goes on and on.
However, you may notice your day-to-day workflow falling into an all-too-predictable routine. You feel fortunate to do what you love for a living, but is it stimulating enough? Do you feel challenged – or rather, should you feel challenged?
As your caffeine-induced writing binge draws to a close, you shake the 90-words-per-minute keystrokes off your hands and wipe your brows. Phew!
But it’s not over ’till it’s over. In fact, now you’re tasked with the most important (and often the most challenging) part of your writing rendezvous.
Push back your glasses, it’s time to start editing… Or is it?
Often times after I say that I’m a full-time freelancer, it’s met with wide-eyes and a jaw fully agape.
“But, how do you stay motivated to work,” I’m frequently asked. “How do you keep yourself from procrastinating or just screwing off all day?”
Quite the opposite ends up happening to us freelancers, actually.