So, I’m really honored to have another article featured in Issue 3 of Dezine Magazine (really cool little British publication that I hooked up with on Twitter). My article is all about how to productively work from home, I’ve been doing it for about 8 years now and trust me, it takes a lot of discipline. My key to working from home is to treat it like a real job, to not tell a lot of people that you work from home and just act like you work in an office (not that I go so far as to fake a commute lol but the fewer people who know I work from home, the fewer expectations there are that I can just drop everything in the middle of the day and hang out) and to start your business without the actual goal of working from home, this is cheesy, like a pyramid scheme. Trust me, it’s not all it’s cracked up to be, and I share the ins and outs of it and a lot of tips I have learned in my article so definitely check it out!
There’s comic book art by Hector Trunnec,
But the other thing I like to do when Dezine has a new issue is highlight something else I really like, and this time I was really blown away by photographer Rick Kostandeanos. Based out of Columbus, Ohio (the unlikeliest of places!), I fell in love with his edgy fashion shots – they’re real and not too overdone. I highlighted a few of my faves here, you should definitely follow his Instagram and check out his whole feature in Dezine here. Happy Saturday reading!