documenting the hour, 10am

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A collaboration with Rhonda Mason.

By 10am I am usually in full work mode. Some days that means I’m designing in illustrator or photoshop. Other days I’m doing admin work – answering emails, responding to comments on the blog/facebook or working on an upcoming product release (this includes everything from uploading products to xcart, to drafting the newsletter, etc.). And then still other days I’m working on a creative project (catching up on project life, editing photos, drafting a blog post, etc.) On a good week I get to do a little of everything – designing, admin/customer service and creating for myself.

You can usually gauge how hectic things are by the number of boxes or piles of “things” that have accumulated in the office. It’s also worth noting that I tend to shop more when I’m stressed out. It has been a busy couple of weeks.

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I love this mini tag that came with a recent Fab.com order. Totally saving it for an upcoming project life layout. In the background of this photo is a temporary moodboard I set up for a special design project I’m currently working on.

And now, over to Ronnie’s blog to see how she captured the tenth hour.

Photos taken with IPhone 4S or Nikon D300.

 

Blog Comments

[…] now, over to Liz’s post to see how she captured the tenth […]

Love getting a glimpse of you in your element, Liz!
That last shot is particularly awesome.
Ronnie xo

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