Alyssa Pacamarra

Process Post #13

In my website, I noticed some inconsistencies and will be fixing them, I really like the structure of my current posts and will do it for may earlier posts. My content goes from serious and light-hearted because I feel my topic mindfulness can be approached in both ways. Some content posts I like to really dive deep into the mindfulness aspect but other days I only dive into the imoacts of what I did recently and how it changed my way of thinking. If read between the lines, it all relates to mindfulness.

Reading: Make Your Thing

I should’ve read this article earlier because it’s very insightful and positive when starting something new.

  1. Start Now by Kate Beaton: The key to success is to start making stuff now, even if you don’t have all the tools or technical skills
  2. Make Deadlines by Jonathan Coulton: Don’t be too precious about your work and don’t procrastinate
  3. Keep Your Legs Moving by Killer Mike: Even when faced with setbacks, keep pushing forward.
  4. Don’t Confuse Content & Medium (Boing Boing):
  5. Be authentic:
  6. Follow Your Passion by Chris Hardwick:
  7. Focus on Great Work by Merlin Mann:
  8. Connect With People You Like: Collaborate with other creators to leverage each other’s strengths and reach.
  9. Own What You Create by Felicia Day: Value your creative work and take ownership of it to build equity and control your own destiny.
  10. Find the Money by Kasper Hauser: Experiment with different revenue streams and be open to unconventional ways of making money from your creative work.
  11. Build a Community by Insane Clown Posse: Value your creative work and take ownership of it to build equity and control your own destiny.
  12. DO A GOOD JOB: Be persistent and resilient in the face of rejection and setbacks, and keep pushing forward with your creative projects.

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This works for everything, from the last couple process posts I talked about creating a website portfolio and I feel I should just start it. I can slowly add my work, I don’t need to have it all thought out yet because the first step is starting it. Because before I know it, I’ll feel like it’s too late and I missed my chance. What makes me feel better is I already created this website and I gotten to learn my abilities as a content creator. I believe I can do this.


Thorn, J. (2012). Make Your Thing. Transom. Retrieved April 12, 2023, from 

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