Pride, work and necessity of creative efforts—on the side:
“I’m fanatic about discovering new culinary experiences.” Read more.
“My side project is a digital guidebook for a rock climbing crag near Seattle.” Read more.
“My longest-running side project is reading 52 books in 52 weeks.” Read more.
“All of the things that I do are simply to make sure that I live a life that is fun, weird and beneficial.” Read more.
“Making things worth sharing doesn’t have to be arduous. ” Read more.
“The mission of Creative Women’s Conversations is to create an inspiring and collaborative community for women entrepreneurs.” Read more.
“I’ve been able to help thousands of people so far learn how to build web apps.” Read more.
“I put together Charleston Travel Guide to pay homage to this wonderful city.” Read more.
“Travel and critical observation are an important part of my growth as an architect.” Read more.
“When I see a house that is just so delightful, I literally jump for joy, and then pull out my camera.” Read more.
“To amplify the voices of those that are usually lost in the radio world.” Read more.
“I run a business called Honey & Crisp where I turn my hand-lettered designs into wedding cake toppers.” Read more.
“My major side project is The Leading Strand to leverage the power of design to celebrate basic scientific research.” Read more.
“Having many side projects keeps my mind nimble.” Read more.
“We started Forth to host quarterly salons designed to provide Chicago’s creative women of influence the time and space to talk.” Read more.
“Side projects are an incredible way to stay inspired and involved in your community.” Read more.
“I am passionate about integrating patient-centered participatory design and the maker movement into healthcare.” Read more.
“To empower some of the brightest young female minds and souls of our generation.” Read more.
“As a knitter, I’m usually working on my winter wardrobe and gifts for family members…”
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