It’s over at my old blog right here 🙂
Hey! I did a brief HTML/CSS tutorial here. Other than that, it would be pretty hard to do a comprehensive post on how to customize blog themes because there’s just SO much to cover. So instead, I would highly recommend just teaching yourself how to do some basic coding via tutorials on the internet! There are plenty!
I use Photoshop! Thanks!
Hey Alyssa! (It’s always weird to cool to meet another Alyssa) When I decided to open up New Classics instead of going to school (again), I never really thought of it as closing a door. The thing about school is that it’ll always be there, so my train of thought was more so along the lines of putting school on hold indefinitely rather than giving it up and wasting all of the work I put into getting my degree. On that note, I never felt guilty about not pursuing something I spent so many years working for because I just wasn’t fulfilled by it anymore. Sometimes you work hard and get nowhere. But as long as you keep working hard, you’ll get somewhere.
Currently using WordPress! There are tons of tutorials and documentation for making drop down menus online, so I recommend Googling some!
My phone, FOR SURE (I have an iPhone 6s). The Canon is great and all, but hauling it around is a workout and a half!
I use Adobe Premiere Pro! 🙂
I received an e-mail one day about modelling for Coup Boutique’s lookbook, and from there, started working part time (since I was looking for a part-time job).
I do it all on Adobe Premiere Pro. It’s a little hard to explain, but for the writing, I make a PNG file on Photoshop and then import it into Premiere Pro to use in the video.
Ooooh. Good question. I was actually working in a Biochemistry lab as a research assistant when I realized: a) I didn’t enjoy my work and b) I couldn’t picture myself doing the same work for the next two years (I was scheduled to start a two-year graduate program that fall). It’s definitely not out of the question to feel anxious, especially when it comes to making big life decisions, but if your heart isn’t 100% set on medicine, then I’d for sure recommend trying out different career paths (and if marketing/advertising/PR is what peaks your interest, go for it!). School will always wait for you!