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This post is to illustrate how I can extrapolate data from a simple image to create a variety of different
materials. Of course, when working with clients, I adhere to a set of guidelines for each piece of work,
such as keywords, outlines, word count, target audience etc.
Here I will show how I would use this picture as inspiration - without instructions and creating my own
keywords etc. For me - this is for fun - but for you - it might help showcase my skills and give
you an idea on how my mind grapples with concepts as well as my creativity!
DIRECT RESPONSE EXAMPLE
Planning for Retirement in 5 Easy Steps
In this day and age, we can't always rely on our families to take care of us when we retire, since the economy, increased life spans and other circumstances can create a burden that's not always welcome. Consider the possibility that you may end up living to a ripe old age. Without the security of steady income, things could be tough, so why not assess your assets and learn more about planning for retirement in 5 easy steps.
1. Assessing your retirement needs
When you retire, do you want to survive or thrive? Making sure that you have enough money to pay the bills and to get by is fine, but surely you'll be in a new phase where enjoying the finer things in life - such as hobbies, friends and family - is still as important as it was before you retired. Things to consider when assessing your retirement include:
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2. Making changes before it's too late
There are many things to consider when it comes to ensuring a happy retirement and one of the bigger considerations is your home. Maybe you have a large house that was necessary when you were raising your family, but if there will be only one or two of you when the time comes, downsizing could be necessary for a variety of reasons, like mobility, budgeting, cleaning and so on.
Having a lot of stuff can weigh you down, especially if your collecting is more like hoarding. Have regular yard sales to get rid of items that either don't serve a purpose or don't have any special meaning. You'll have extra money and space, with a peace of mind that money can't buy. Other considerations include:
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You get the idea - I hope! Now - on with the next project!
The Violet Sky
I came here to escape my crowded thoughts.
They’re bustling and shouldering their way around my mind,
fighting for the limelight I refuse to release.
Here and now, under the violet sky, I am shrouded in stillness.
Even the clouds don’t dare to move.
They are frozen like the leaves on the lone tree,
which stands watch over the calm sea like a gatekeeper.
Not even a leaf stirs in this silence – this stillness.
My mind is forced into submission,
until the violet sky releases its hold on time and space.
I am at one with the Universe.
Welcome to Violet Sky!
A place where dreamers and artists can share and collaborate.
We offer a space without judgment or prejudice,
So that you can freely express yourself among like-minded people.
Dive into the Violet Sky!
I could go on and on, but hopefully you get my point!
Reach out if you have any questions or would like to discuss your project!