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John Davies

Howies do the same for me too (eg, http://www.johndavies.org/archives/2004_10_01_johndavies_archive.html#109726531798298077). Interesting, reflecting on THEIR culture of work... quite different ... very refreshing ....

John Davies

Howies do the same for me too (eg, http://www.johndavies.org/archives/2004_10_01_johndavies_archive.html#109726531798298077). Interesting, reflecting on THEIR culture of work... quite different ... very refreshing ....

Tom Allen

Hope you'll forgive the unsolicited advice
Love the blog and intrigued by the pressures of the design world.
If you are under the kind of 'work stress' that you describe taking holidays will always be difficult - but that makes them all the more essential particularly for "creatives" like yourself. Pick the date today, talk to the boss, tell any clients that you will not be available whatever their circumstances. In the end it is in the best interests of your practice and clients for you to have a break. Do it brother!

jonny

you'll be glad to know that a howies catalogue is on the doormat for you today!

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Guess it's the best moment to reveal myself - as your secret partner on the Road, silent log_reader, which found it very helpful for himself. Many times. As well as a (SMLLRTL.org). Ride on! You will find some space, actually.
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Maybe this can be a little help:
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"the CONSTANT part in a process of creativity are moments when we feel unsatisfied. The man who wants to achieve new level, ought to leave his accomplishments, say GOODbye to what was created by himself yesterday. And this MUST be painful, uneasy, noncomfort"
(Jacek Kuron, PL only, possibly no 4 on my "Top 10 most influential people")

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