After a few days of tweaking and adding graphics and deciding who to include and what work didn’t really need to be displayed I finally called this revamp a wrap. For the moment.
All backed up and ready to let fly.
It’s amazing to me, the amount of work I have done over the years since I decided to try it on my own. I knew at the time it was always about the next project, the next client, the next… as my bills weren’t going to wait for “the next” to pay up… it was always a constant push to keep meetings, keep coding, keep photographing and keep creating, so when I looked at my backup drives and see the hundreds of former clients and projects it’s a little daunting.
When did I sleep? How did I sleep?
I know I took a break daily to get to the gym and other than that, nothing else really sticks out as being important other than getting meetings, circulating and meeting the next client and then getting the work done.
Part of being your own employer in a city like San Diego, means you realize quickly, no one is going to “give” you anything and you have to hustle and work diligently to get projects going and then gone.
So here’s an unintentional tribute to jobs past as I’m putting in a few graphics of sites I did that are no longer in existence, but to me they still look good! Now, on to “the next!”
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