The difference between a small business or startup and a successful and profitable company typically boils down to time and experience. But, there are certain factors that play a big part in how those companies grew to be successful — things like timing, having the right people, focus, and intensely hard work. Remember that every major company was a startup at some point. Every Fortune 500 firm started as an idea that had to be built… Read more »
I don´t remember when I started following Luis on instagram, but the moment I went through his photos I knew I had to ask him to be part of the Closet Voyeur. So immediately (immediately in this case means months later) I sent him a message asking him, and, luckily, he said yes. And yes, the Closet Voyeur is back! Luis is an Industrial Designer who teaches at CENTRO and lives… Read more »
Like I promised last year I’m relaunching the The Closet Voyeur. This is a sneak peek of Luis’s and Angel’s house. Luis is an industrial designer and Angel is a journalist, and they both have exceptional taste. For this picture I asked them to pick some of their favorite things from their house. Each object has a story, so please mouse over the object to learn more about it. Cool, right? The full closet… Read more »
One of my best tips for getting new prints to frame, is to buy a calendar. I’ll use it as a calendar during the year, but when the year’s over, I select the best images, cut them out, and frame them. It’s cheap and you recycle. That’s what I did with this chat noir. So think again before you spend money on an expensive print — you might get twelve for less.
I Love january first. It’s the day when everything seems possible and when you are full with energy (unless you have a hangover. Btw this is the first time I didn’t drink anything on new year’s and I feel so good it might become a tradition. Or I might just be getting old). Looking for a specialize in residential, commercial & emergency plumbing services? Visit Sacramento Plumber and learn more. The day… Read more »
After reading the review of my blog in ELLE my cheeks turned red of excitement. It matters to be recommended on their pages, and especially by Aldo Rojas, an art historian with great discerning taste (obviously) and a real eye for capturing details in buildings, as you can see for yourself in his instagram. This was a boost for me, and next year I promise to breath new… Read more »
Last year I started running to release stress and lose some flab. As soon as I felt the stress monster catching up to me I’d slip into my running clothes/superhero costume and kick it’s ass on the pavement. I didn’t have any routines, no technique — no goals other than to come back home with a a sweat soaked t-shirt and a peaceful mind. But as I improved I decided to sign… Read more »
Remember last year when I started running? Well, I got addicted, and so far I’ve done three races, a 10k, a 16k, and a half marathon. So now, by logic, what comes next is the full marathon. To train for it I run about four times a week. I’m afraid I got bit by the running monster and turned into a running nerd, obsessed with improving my times and finding the best… Read more »