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Get Your Shit Together with Trello

Are you running out of fingers to count all of your ideas on? Do you spend your nights ruminating over your to-do lists?

Well, look no further. Trello is a modern, user-friendly tool that’ll help you visualize and organize your goals.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #52: Going Back in Time to an 80’s Arcade with Nae

Florida-based synthpop artist Nae is a colorful, fun-loving musician who is just as vibrant as her music sounds.

Following the release of her latest single, “80’s Arcade,” we spoke to Nae via email to learn more about the track, the upcoming music video, and her passion for music.

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We Want YOU to Join Our Team!

The Burgundy Zine is looking for creative, dedicated individuals to join our team. Whether you’re a writer, artist, photographer, or model, our digital magazine has a place for you to showcase your hard work to a global audience.

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BYOBottle: The Future of Sustainable Concerts and Festivals

Nothing looks more like a music festival than rubber bracelets, band t-shirts, flower crowns, and countless water bottles littering the ground.

…What, can you blame the attendees? Staying hydrated is vital to survival, and it’s all the more important when you’re dancing your heart out or drinking your face off at a festival, as stressed by the data in a 2018 Addiction Science and Clinical Practice study.

But we don’t have to dehydrate the audience in order to help save the planet, nor do we have to put an end to festivals altogether.

There’s a middle ground that allows us to have the best of both worlds: water and music. Meet BYOBottle.

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Vans Kicks Off “Custom Culture” Contest

Vans invites all public and private high school artists to participate in their eleventh annual Vans Custom Culture, an art contest designed to “inspire and empower high school students to embrace their creativity through art and design and to bring attention to diminishing arts education budgets.”

Registration is open now through Jan. 31 and the grand-prize winner of $75,000 will be announced in mid-May.

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