Hints & Tips For Creating a Stunning Photography Portfolio Website. Having a strong, appealing portfolio is a great way to illustrate your work to potential clients.
It can help establish your brand, convey personality, and showcase the absolute best of your photography. Knocking together a basic portfolio can take an hour or so, but it's unlikely to show you in the best light. These hints, tips and pointers will assist with creating a really impressive portfolio website - one that you're proud to show potential clients. Broadly speaking, you have two options when embarking on creating your portfolio: (1) do it yourself, or (2) hire a designer. Each option has it's own pros and cons, and don't be too quick to decide on which route to take.
Putting your own portfolio site together is very cost effective. Taking the time to understand the basics of how a website is designed and updated can be a useful skill to know in the future, so you're able to make basic changes to your website. Finally, a DIY approach can often be fairly quick. 40 great websites where you can learn something new every day. Molly Sprayregen. We are the 23-year-olds.
We are the ones squirming in our chairs at the office because we still feel awkward in our grown-up clothes. We strut through city streets with eyes cast toward our screens, desperately seeking any source that will tell us the decisions we've made are valid. How You Should And Shouldn't Spend Money In Your Twenties. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter.
Party Of One: What Makes People Who Eat Alone Stronger. Eating alone gets a bad rap.
The problem isn’t that life is unfair – it’s your broken idea of fairness. 247k shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Unless you’re winning, most of life will seem hideously unfair to you.
The truth is, life is just playing by different rules. The real rules are there. They actually make sense. What Happened To All My Friends? I have no friends.
A statement thought by almost everyone after they graduate from college at least once… or, let’s be serious, at least once a week. In college, the world revolved around our social lives. We were forced into being around people at all times. The 20 Things You Need To Stop Doing To Yourself. We are our own greatest enemy.
We doubt ourselves, complicate our lives, cloud our minds with unimportant thoughts and negativity, we punish ourselves, hate ourselves and then feel sorry for ourselves because “outside forces” are making our lives a living hell. Quarter-life crisis: What you should know about life and money by the time you’re 25. Be happy.
Source: Getty Images A COUPLE of months after I turned 25, I had a slight quarter-life crisis. Twenty-five is a funny age. Optimistically, if I am to live to be 100 years old, I have already lived one quarter of my life. This isn’t a bad thing, it’s just a sobering realisation. Life sure is interesting. Although I’ve learned hundreds and possibly thousands of lessons over the last quarter century, I’ve narrowed it down to the 25 most important ones here: I went through the majority of my early twenties feeling unhappy because I wasn’t exactly where I wanted to be in life.
Why Are Gen Y Singaporeans Saving So Little Despite Not Having to Pay Rent? Sure, a house costs a ton of money in Singapore—but so does a Ferrari.
Neither affects you at this point if you’re still living with mum and dad. And that’s what most unmarried Singaporeans continue to do. Unmarried people in the 18-30 age group are overwhelmingly likely to still be living at home, and that means the enormous financial burden of having to pay rent is lifted from their shoulders. But still, many surveys have revealed that Gen Y-ers in Singapore have dismally low levels of savings. Lasting Relationships Rely On 2 Traits.
Every day in June, the most popular wedding month of the year, about 13,000 American couples will say “I do,” committing to a lifelong relationship that will be full of friendship, joy, and love that will carry them forward to their final days on this earth.
Except, of course, it doesn’t work out that way for most people. The majority of marriages fail, either ending in divorce and separation or devolving into bitterness and dysfunction. Of all the people who get married, only three in ten remain in healthy, happy marriages, as psychologist Ty Tashiro points out in his book The Science of Happily Ever After, which was published earlier this year. Social scientists first started studying marriages by observing them in action in the 1970s in response to a crisis: Married couples were divorcing at unprecedented rates. Psychologist John Gottman was one of those researchers. From the data they gathered, Gottman separated the couples into two major groups: the masters and the disasters.
The Apple Game: How Good a Person Are You? Why you should work first before going to university ? The default route in Singapore is to go to university after JC or poly education, followed by work. In the western world, however, many choose to embark on a year-long sabbatical to work, volunteer or travel before entering college. Here, I discuss the 4 benefits of working prior to studying and offer suggestion on whether you should do so. You become Happier in University Many students have asked the million dollar question- ‘what university course should I choose? 10 Choices You're Going To Regret In 10 Years.