Summer's coming! Well for those of us living in the non-temperate Northern Hemisphere it is anyway. And with summer comes the bountiful fresh fruit and frequent summer barbecues. Usually when I go to a barbeque I'll like to bring some sort of dish with substance, to show off the homemade veggie burgers and quiches, but sometimes, you just gotta be lazy.
Shoemaking might be my new favorite hobby. I've been interested in shoe design since college, but had no idea that a normal person like me could actually make a pair of shoes until I stumbled across Keiko's class on Skillshare in January. Keiko is the designer and owner of k*star shoes in Brooklyn and has a tremendous amount of energy and passion for sharing her craft.
As I think back to my many entrepreneurial endeavors that failed (e.g. post mortem of a failed product), several clear themes come to mind. It isn't that any one issue or challenge was the culprit, rather there were a number of items that colluded together. Also, most were within my control and I still failed.
Here are five simple reasons entrepreneurs fail:
although my hair is above sholder-length right now i am all about changing up my hair style. Change is good right? i just wanted to share these
easy-to-do styles I found on Pinterest along with other pins filled with awesomeness.
DIY: Colorblock Bag
From 3.1 Phillip Lim to Chloé, we've been seeing lots of colorblocked bags on the runway. Check out this DIY on how to make your very own colorblock purse!
For this DIY you'll just need spray paint, tape, and an old or used purse! Wipe the surface of the purse gently. Tape off all of the parts of the purse you don't want to add color to (including the clasps).