Farewell, Focal Length Designs
With the new year comes a lot of changes over here at Focal Length Designs. The holiday season was a wild success, and I'm grateful to the many people in both San Francisco and Portland (and abroad) who supported my efforts in December. But in November I made a very tough decision to stop making camera lens bracelets after the holiday season.
Instead, I will be focusing my efforts on this new blog, The Ambidextrous Brain, teaching opportunities, and pursuing the sustainability and longevity of the I Heart Art: Portland program. I'm sad to see the bracelets go, but I've never felt better about the decision I've made, and I'm ecstatic to be able to put one of my many hats into the closet for safe keeping and focus on something that truly feeds my soul.
Get Them while They're Hot!
My final inventory is all listed in my Etsy shop, so if you've put off buying one for some reason, you may want to check them out and see if there's one for you. Just keep in mind that they are now an extremely limited edition, and when they're gone, they're gone!
Hello, Ambidextrous Brain
Two brain halves are better than one. I think it's silly to peg ourselves as "left-brained" and "right-brained" people, especially when we use both halves of our brain every single day. With The Ambidextrous Brain, I want to show people that harnessing the power of both halves and flexing our brain muscles will help us succeed in ways that we couldn't have imagined. Creative business owners are my primary target, and I write about professional development, tech knowhow, and both hard and soft skills needed to successfully run a business. Open your mind. All of it.