Morgan M's Blog Posts Tagged 'advice' (3)

My Epiphany and How Badly it Sucks





I've had an epiphany. A pretty huge one. I've had that moment where you realize you absolutely love what you do, but then realize you've fallen in love with (what might be) the wrong thing.



It is amazing…

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Added by Morgan M on March 17, 2012 at 9:17am — No Comments

15 Things I've Learned in my 30s

Another year has gone by, another birthday is upon me. This time, though, today, I turn 31. Blah. Last year was the big 3-0, but it marked the beginning to a new era. This year? Just one more year into that era, so it's nothing big. Just makes me feel one year older.



Today, I wanted to share some of the things I learned in the last year of my life, the first year of my 30s:

  1. Wrinkle cream is amazing. I started out with Garnier Nutrisse…
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Added by Morgan M on January 21, 2012 at 9:26am — No Comments

What's So Good About Being a Fish, Anyway?

During my time a tattoo artist, I had plenty of people come into the shop asking for Koi Fish tattoos. Yes, when done correctly they are beautiful pieces, but the more people came in, the more I tested them. What's the symbolism behind the Koi tattoo? What does it represent? What does it mean to you? I wasn't being a bitch, per say, but I wanted to know what it was about the koi that was special to this person- it helped me draw them a custom one, too. I wanted to know they… Continue

Added by Morgan M on October 28, 2010 at 2:30pm — No Comments

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