Sheana is the Owner of Breakaway Graphics, LLC, an award-winning design firm located in Middle Tennessee. With over 8 years experience in multiple design disciplines, she is devoted to continuing to learn and adjust to the ever-changing field of design and provide innovative creative design solutions for her clients.
Many professional and freelance designers work from home: perhaps due to familial or personal restrictions, perhaps because the commute to the company office is too far, or perhaps that’s just the way they like it. Whatever the reason, once a designer finds his or herself in a situation where work is performed under the same roof as laundry, a few small actions can make all the difference in maintaining a healthy life-work balance and not getting caught doing homework.... CONTINUE READING
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