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This is a one-shot blog about why I’m not a graphic designer.
I love design.
I love designing.
I’m a designer.
My name is Rachel, I have been designing professionally since the age of nine.
I graduated with a B.A. in Graphic Design from the University of North Carolina in 2013.
I am also a freelance illustrator and photographer, specializing in fashion and lifestyle.
If you are reading this blog, you are probably wondering how I get by.
My income is made mostly from freelancing, consulting, and commissions.
I live in a tiny house with my cat and a very old cat.
Why I am not a Graphic Designer article I have three kids, and my husband works two jobs.
We don’t have a lot of money.
We are not millionaires.
This blog is meant to answer a few of the questions you might have, so let’s get started.
What do I have to design?
I have a few reasons I choose not to design: 1.
I don’t like being asked.
When I first started designing, I was asked what I did.
I was surprised to find that almost everyone had an opinion on what I had to do.
It’s hard to design if you are asking people to design your stuff.
It’s a lot more intimidating when you are just a stranger with a computer and a pen.
I like not having to think about design.
You get to design things that you love, like my family.
If you want to know what I am working on right now, that’s a good start.
I also love that I can do things that I would not normally be able to design.
I can make things that aren’t designed.
I hate the idea of having to make something.
If I design a shirt that I want to sell, I don’s not have to go back to my office and think about how to do it. 4.
I have a good work ethic.
I enjoy making things and making the world a better place.
I would rather spend my time working on something and giving back than doing something I do not enjoy.
I want my clients to be happy.
When you make something, you want people to buy it, not just enjoy it.
I think a lot about what makes people happy, and I think design can help me understand what they are thinking about.
I wouldn’t be able do what I do if it wasn’t for money.
I work for free, so I have little financial resources.
I never had a chance to make a career out of it.
There are many people who have worked in design, but I never got to work in that industry.
I’ve learned a lot.
I started designing at age ten.
I learned everything I know about graphic design from my family and friends.
I did not know how to make money designing until I started doing it.
That experience has allowed me to grow as a designer, and it has taught me how to be flexible and make creative decisions that will pay off in the long run.
I know a lot I can teach others.
It took me several years to really master the craft of graphic design.
But I have made my way through it and learned so much that it has made me a better designer.
I prefer to be a minimalist designer.
In a lot, I try to keep the same minimalism I found in my youth, but with a touch of whimsy.
I try not to make it too big or too small.
I do my best to not use my time to design everything I see.
I will try to design every project I have and have no more than one idea of what is going to happen with the project.
That way, I can work from home and focus on my work.
I understand my clients.
It takes time to learn everything I do, but the result is I am a better person, a better employee, and a better friend.
I always try to find the balance between what I want and what I need.
The balance is important for me because it allows me to do things I don´t want to do, like make a painting for my family or buy something for my cat.