2007-08-19 – Sunday Links Folder

I know you probably still have some freelance work to do, to make sure you deliver that super important project on time (monday morning right?), but you know, it’s always a good idea to take a break, so please have a look at those 9 posts, I’m sure you’ll find it was worth your time. And maybe you’ll learn a thing or two.

Here we go:

Now go back to work! :)

Jon

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Comments

  1. says

    I’m in good company here! Thanks for including me in this group of top-notch posts! Here’s to us all getting the creative time we need to get our freelance work done!

  2. says

    David, you’re very welcome! Yep, all is well on my side, seem it’s all good on your side also :)

    AgentSully, you’re welcome! I really like the “sitting in your car” part in your post, it’s so true.

  3. says

    Hey Jon,

    A “learning break” … that’s a great idea. Our brains have a way of working on tough problems in the background while we’re consciously taking in new ideas or just chillin’ .

  4. says

    David, hey that’s nice, enjoy yourself. I’ll definitely stop by, I’d love to make a trip to Europe, opefully that’ll happen soon :)

    Shane, totally, it’s always nice to take a break, everything seems to make more sense when you get back to work after.

    Sully, same here, some people hate to wait for others, but I find this time really good for creativity, just bring a note pad, sit there, write, wait for the person. Got a lot of great ideas just “sitting in the car” :)

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