Be nice. Or else.
Thank you sir!
Freelancing may look as a fun and easy way to live and work. No bosses, flexible working hours and interesting projects. It is not that easy once you get started, though. I have been freelancing myself for around 5 years now and learned some really painful lessons.
Chrome, Safari on Yosemite looks very sexy though.
Generally, I am inspired by people and their stories, it motivates me to take an action. If we talk about blogging and/or design I look to other people work to figure out how they solved particular problems.
I use medium.com, dribbble.com, behance.com, getprismatic.com, patterntap.com and twitter.com.
As I am travelling now it is quite hard to keep up with my daily routine but this is what it has been for couple of months now.
5AM: Waking up, high-protein breakfast, coffee
5:30AM: Daily planning
5:40AM: Working on important task
7AM: Running or other cardio
7:40AM: Workout different muscle groups
8:40AM: Shower & breakfast, coffee
9:30: Work, email
1PM: Lunch & break
2PM: More work, coffee
7PM: Personal development, learning, browsing, socialising
9PM: Reading & meditating (still working on this)
Inspiring story Tomas, I was really curious to see what are the processes of getting in the top companies as a designer. Can't wait for the part two!
Thanks for your input Eivind. Email is still quite big mess for me, but I agree that deleting and archiving must be the best way to organize things.