Link Love: 10.9.14

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• 10 tips for Instagram overachievers is full of helpful apps, lighting and composition recommendations!

• I loved scrolling through Victoria’s guide to LA. There’s so many great, well-designed spots in this roundup.

• If you’re on the fence about growing your business bigger and it’s not sitting right with you, that’s okay! Bigger isn’t always better…for you or your clients.

• Never underestimate the power of networking. It really does have the ability to change your career.

• If you’ve ever wondered how to take a full screenshot of a website, not just what’s showing on your screen, this post can help!

• Embrace your creativity and try new things, even if it leads to falling flat on your face.

• A place that’s still on my must-see list is Marfa, Texas. Such a beautiful, otherworldly town.

• What makeup should you probably throw away?

• Designers, Breanna Rose has some fantastic advice for streamlining your process.

• Ready to redesign your site? Review this article of the top hidden costs of webs projects!

• OMG. Finally, cooking with a sense of humor! Check out Thug Kitchen. Because, well, cooking is definitely more fun with F-Bombs.

• We shared a lot of different creative resources at Designer Vaca this year and Becky Murphy has kindly rounded them all up!

• Blogging means something different to each of us. Cassie of The Veda House shares what blogging means to her.

• Don’t work for free or even cheap for rich people.

• I wish I could have experienced this supermarket completely made up of vending machines!


Photo: Philippe Salomon.
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2 Responses to Link Love: 10.9.14

  1. Becky says:

    Thanks for including my resource list! So good hanging with you and getting a chance to chat more this year. Also, you would LOVE Marfa. It’s a dreamland. If you go, make sure to take the extra drive out to the McDonald Observatory for the star party. You can see Saturn and stars through giant telescopes. Plus it’s a gorgeous drive.

    • Shauna says:

      Becky: Meeting you was one of the biggest highlights of my time at Designer Vaca — I knew we had so many friends in common so it was nice to finally connect! Hope to see you again next year!

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