Tag Archives: creativity

20 April 2016 - 3:13 pm Bringing ‘Big Magic’ into your entrepreneurship journey

I’ve recently read this wonderful book called Big Magic and written by Elizabeth Gilbert, and thought I should share with you a review of it. This is mainly because of how well it depicts applying your creativity in everything that you do and work on. I think the advice she gives is inspirational, and although most of the stories refer to the author’s work as a writer, the lessons can be easily applied to entrepreneurship if that is the path that you have chosen. The author draws out some crucial life lessons that she and her acquaintances have gained over the years in order to help the reader to live creatively beyond fear.

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20 November 2014 - 5:48 pm IETMoreEnergy: A tale about enterprising students reaching the moon!

It was a looong time since the last time I published a blog post (oops, there was only one – my introduction). Anyway, I have an excuse – one of the projects I was working on stole a huge amount of my time, resulting in less attention to other things. And yes, this blog post will tell you more about that project! Continue reading “IETMoreEnergy: A tale about enterprising students reaching the moon!” »

19 November 2014 - 5:06 pm My Startup Weekend

Hello everyone. So the theme for this blog is STARTUP WEEKEND!!! I hope you guys are excited? As a previous participant and a winner (yeeee) I would like to share my thoughts on it and why I think you should participate. Continue reading “My Startup Weekend” »

30 March 2014 - 10:57 am Knit for Pingu

A story which caught my attention this week was the appeal by Phillip Island Penguin Foundation for people to donate small knitted jumpers for their penguins to wear. Continue reading “Knit for Pingu” »

23 May 2013 - 3:06 pm 1 Dress, 365 Days

365 Day Challenge

I was recently browsing through a 150 list of things to do when you are bored. In all fairness, I was more curious than I was bored. Scrolling down, I realised there are so many things I want to do: from learning the art of calligraphy and creating my own comic book to microwaving peanut butter s’mores or making rainbow jellies. Among these random, yet very exciting things, I found one that particularly caught my eye.

Start an ongoing project — take a photo of something (yourself maybe?) everyday for a year or do something like the Uniform Project to raise money for a charity.

Here I was just one click away from finding out about one of the most amazing and inspiring projects ever. Continue reading “1 Dress, 365 Days” »