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CYOP #120 - Using the Internet to Create Offline Connections with Designer, Writer + Educator Anne Ditmeyer

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CYOP #120 - Using the Internet to Create Offline Connections with Designer, Writer + Educator Anne Ditmeyer

Photo: Anne's Herb Lester Paris Small Shops map snapped by Ashley Ludaescher

Photo: Anne's Herb Lester Paris Small Shops map snapped by Ashley Ludaescher


Today, we’ve got the last episode in a three-part series with designer, writer, and educator Anne Ditmeyer. If you haven’t listened to the last two week’s worth of episodes, please do before wrapping up the series with this episode.

In the interview, Anne and I talk about the magic of using online tools to make offline connections and how that’s been showing up in her work lately. She share’s the truth behind what we all see online these days, why she thinks work should be much more playful than it is now, and some of the best ways she’s been able to build relationships that cross the online/offline barrier.

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"There's a place for everyone." — Anne Ditmeyer, Designer, Writer + Educator // Art by Melanie Biehle

"There's a place for everyone." — Anne Ditmeyer, Designer, Writer + Educator // Art by Melanie Biehle



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CYOP #119 - Handling the Freelance Ebb and Flow with Designer, Writer + Educator Anne Ditmeyer

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CYOP #119 - Handling the Freelance Ebb and Flow with Designer, Writer + Educator Anne Ditmeyer

Photo: Anne's desk (+gnome!) by Ashley Ludaescher

Photo: Anne's desk (+gnome!) by Ashley Ludaescher


Today, I’m back with the second in a three-part series with designer, writer, and educator Anne Ditmeyer. If you haven’t listened to last week’s episode, please do that first! 

In today’s episode, I’m chatting with Anne all about the ebbs and flows that come with working for yourself. She goes into how she handles the emotional roller coaster that can come from having too little or, in her case, too much work coming her way. She also offers advice on how to present your work if you tend to do many different types of things and why she doesn’t think she’d be very good at (or happy with) having a full-time job.

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CYOP #118 - How to Create Cohesively Across Multiple Platforms with Designer, Writer + Educator Anne Ditmeyer

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CYOP #118 - How to Create Cohesively Across Multiple Platforms with Designer, Writer + Educator Anne Ditmeyer

Photo: Anne Ditmeyer by Ashley Ludaescher

Photo: Anne Ditmeyer by Ashley Ludaescher


Today's show is the first in a new three-part series with designer, writer, and educator Anne Ditmeyer. In 2013 I interviewed Anne for Creating Your Own Path before it was a podcast.

In the episode, I’m talking with Anne about how she has been able to successfully build a creatively fulfilling business across many different mediums and platforms. She chats about how living in France, and the constraints it put on her work situation, ultimately made her more creative, how she decides what platforms to use to showcase and provide access to her work, and why she’s never wanted to blog for a living — even though her blog is well-known and established.

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"It's okay to be quirky and it's okay to be different. Do what you want to do." — Anne Ditmeyer, Designer, Writer + Educator // Art by Melanie Biehle 

"It's okay to be quirky and it's okay to be different. Do what you want to do." — Anne Ditmeyer, Designer, Writer + Educator // Art by Melanie Biehle 



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