Amaz­ingly cre­ative expres­sions – Graf­fiti cre­ative | vía lilyandrose.net


Vía: http://lilyandrose.net | Lily&Rose is the brain­child of sis­ters Ninene Steenkamp and Irma Oost­huizen, who com­bine their cre­ative and finan­cial skills to offer a turnkey ser­vice in the res­i­den­tial mar­ket.

Graffiti Creative


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friend recently sent an email to me enti­tled ‘Amaz­ing Graf­fiti’.  It’s the type of email we all get from time to time; the one you leave for a day or two when you are really busy and where all ref­er­ence to the artist have long since been deleted.  Most of them have been around the block a cou­ple of times.  This time, I was pleas­antly surprised.


Graffiti - Abstract

Graffiti Eyes

Graffiti Todlers

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How To Stay Sane In Your Home Office


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For starters, being in your home means you are surrounded with a plethora of distractions. Aside from the usual TV, dog, kids, and other distractions you wouldn’t find in a “regular” corporate office, being isolated and cooped up can make you feel stir crazy!For many people, the idea of working from home is a dream come true. And you know what? They’re absolutely right! However, it’s not always as easy as one would think.

So how can you work from home and stay sane at the same time? Here are five valuable tips I’ve learned by running my own business (Credit Card Forum) from my home office for 3 years and counting.

Tip #1: Limit your distractions

First and foremost, you should get rid of as many distractions as possible. This means working in a room that has no TV. If your job involves a computer, it’s best to set ground rules for time-wasters like Facebook and news sites… don’t use them during your working hours! The same holds true for texting with friends – you wouldn’t be able to do that at a regular office, so why waste time doing it at your home office?

Tip #2: Have a comfortable chair

This may be the best investment you could make. Years ago when I was working for the man, I remember the cheap computer chair I had to sit in (it was the most entry-level model you could imagine). The surface was so hard, I would constantly have to re-adjust my body throughout the day to prevent my behind from going numb! So the first thing I did when I became self-employed was buy a comfortable chair – what a world of difference! I’m not saying you should go buy a Lazy Boy to sit in, but being comfortable and being productive usually go hand-in-hand.

Tip #3: Stick to a schedule Leer más “How To Stay Sane In Your Home Office”