The Final Four: Vote on Poster Design

As some of you might know, I’m working on a poster dubbed as “The Manifesteaux Poster”.

The poster was created as a guideline/words-of-wisdom for my little girls. I wanted it to be easy-to-read and clear for them to read it everyday or when they make big decisions in life – you know, something to live by.

Here is the Final Four:

These are the best of the best designs picked by you.

Your vote is greatly appreciated and will determine which one of these goes to press. The results will be posted here on the 30th.

Update
The votes are in and #3 “DO” is the winner. Check back soon for a freebie :) (Now available)

NOTE: These are rough-draft layouts, just to get the idea across. The final version will be in greater detail.

Life challenge: Change it all

Biking with my daughter during an apple fast

2011 changed my life forever, the best year yet. I thought differently, listened to myself, and learned a lot in the process.

Looking back at it all, it started with the snowball method — once I successfully quit smoking (one of the hardest things I’ve ever done) I was looking for the next challenge, “high” if you will, to take on. I felt that I could do anything I set my heart to.

Here are a few challenges I experimented with in 2011: Continue reading Life challenge: Change it all

Quit Smoking: Escaping the addiction.

Crush it, quit smoking for good.
Crush it, quit smoking for good.

On October 25, 2010, after chain-smoking 4 cigarettes I was fed up, pissed off and I slammed this pack of cigarettes against the wall—I knew at that very moment, that was it. Something was different this time, a revelation happened, I started to enjoy being a non-smoker.

At the age of 14 I started to experiment with smoking, like most, I choked on it and told myself that I would never be a smoker—what is all the hype about? By 15 I was hooked. Not knowing that the next cigarette would last 11 years, I felt that I could quit anytime I wanted, I knew what I was doing, I was completely in control. I was dead wrong.

Continue reading Quit Smoking: Escaping the addiction.

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