**I HAVE FOUND MY SOUL MATE!**And I could not be happier!After a year-long search for the perfect place, I've found a job! No kidding! I knew from the very first interview that it was the place for me.I am the newest graphic designer at Healthways in Nashville, TN! This place is so great! They have... Continue Reading →

Outside or Inside the Box? Pick One!

Back in January of this year, Shana asked me to help her with a marketing campaign for an outdoor shopping mall, Colony Crossing (an Ergon property). She had great ideas of ads and billboards we could design that would reflect the illustrative properties of the Colony Crossing website. Despite my being down about still not... Continue Reading →

Cirlot Agency

One of the first big-girl job interviews I ever went on was at the Cirlot Agency in Jackson, MS. I've mentioned this place before: The owner/interviewer congratulated me on "breaking away from the pack" through my resume design.After doing some research on the place, I got really intimidated. Why in the world would this awesome... Continue Reading →

Fiery Lakes of Web Design: Part I

I believe it was somewhere in the middle of my second summer at Ergon that I was assigned the most dreaded project for a beginner graphic designer: a website redesign. One day Jim decides to have a meeting with Russell (our copywriter) and me. I immediately know nothing good can come out of an almost... Continue Reading →

The Kim Kardashian of Bunnies

After two years of working at Ergon, all the school I could stand and a break up, I was ready to graduate and get on with my life and out of Vicksburg. I wanted a big-girl job with a big-girl apartment. By myself. I was tired of being controlled by the people around me and... Continue Reading →

Birth of a Resume

Mississippi College taught me that if you keep going to school and keep passing those classes they make you go to, the time for you to graduate will eventually come around whether you like it or not. After about two years working at Ergon, I made it to my last semester of school. This semester... Continue Reading →

Interview From Hell

When I was a Sophomore in college, way back in the spring of 2009, I had a literature crush on my literature teacher, Mrs. Lassiter. She was the most energetic teacher I'd ever had and I wanted to be just like her when I grew up. She made English fun for me. She engaged the... Continue Reading →

My Pants Are Too Short

This blog is mostly going to be about my seemingly endless search for a full-time job as a graphic designer, which has been going on for about a year now and has turned into more of an adventure involving lots of travel, hotel rooms, idiots, and creeps than an actual 'search.' I hope to convey... Continue Reading →

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