Studio 747 - A Lifestyle Blog for Creative Minds

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Top 8 Photo Apps, Tools, and Software You Should Know About

As an artist, professional photographer, or someone who just loves to take a bunch of photos (that would be me!), you’re probably always on the hunt for different apps, tools, or software to enhance and manage all of your photos. These are eight photo tools that I personally use or recommend...

Thursday, December 28, 2017

My Costa Rica Experience: 9 Days of Pure Adventure

Have you ever been to a place that allowed you to completely leave your “regular” life and become immersed in nature? That's how a recent trip to Costa Rica went for me. I was swallowed up by the vibrant green ecosystem and became in tune with the wildlife in what is aptly named the Rich Coast.

Thursday, November 02, 2017

Personality Types of Successful Entrepreneurs: Which One Are You?

Personality types of entrepreneurs

Have you ever wondered what type of entrepreneur you are? According to Chris Kuenne and John Danner, authors of the book, "Built For Growth", there are four personality types of successful entrepreneurs. In their interview with Lewis Howes of School of Greatness (My favorite YouTube channel dedicated to business inspiration) they go into depth about the four types.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Photography Bucket List: The Most Magical and Instagrammable Places in Paris

How could you not want to visit the city that's been dubbed "The City of Love"? For the past week I've spent hours watching runway shows from Paris Fashion Week, which has given me a serious case of wanderlust and the need to check on prices of flights to Paris.

As someone who loves to take pictures, my trip planning centers around places that are Instagram-worthy. I began my research and found the most magical-looking places to add to the bucket list...

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Retreat and Recharge: A Quick Day Trip to Julian, California

I don’t care who you are - an artist, entrepreneur, busy mom, or student - everyone needs a break once in awhile.

Every week I take one day to break out of the monotony of sitting in front of the computer all day writing and working. As someone who works from home and enjoys what I do, it’s easy to get caught up in the work. At the same time, though, I can burn out real quick. So when a friend invited me to do a quick day trip out of the city to the sleepy town of Julian, I was game.

Sidenote: Julian was #6 in my post about 20 free and cheap things to do in San Diego.