Yesterday marked a great day in Colorado BMX. The 21st birthday of Colorado’s #1 pro David ”The Herminator” Herman. Herman out of Wheatridge Colorado is our premier BMX pro athlete. On the scene since he was in elementary school Herman is the rider to beat on the national race circuit.
For the purpose of our efforts and interest, while we did look at some of the used/repossessed models out of curiosity, our main focus lie with the new units.
One lady we were talking with did not like this layout, saying she thought it offered too much “wasted space”. She and her husband were planning to move into an RV for all their سبانجا ومعشوقية, brining their dog, and while I find the 31N to be perfect for doggy space (we have 2), she wasn’t happy. (Ironically, the one she did like I found to be way too boxy/boxed off).
First and foremost you should get to know your camera very well before going on vacation. Often cameras are new to us and we don’t take the time to learn about all they can do. Knowing your camera well and the options it has will allow you to take better pictures then if you are trying to use it for the first time in a new environment.
I can’t believe we got to ten so quickly. Seems like I just scratched the surface. Which, I guess, I did. But, at least you get the idea. Now that I’ve jumpstarted the thought-process for you, I’m sure you will be able to come up with many more money-saving ideas of your very own.
Convinced that you don’t have a creative bone in your body? Pish-tish! Everyone – and I mean everyone – has the capacity to be creative. You just need to redefine what “creativity” actually is and then approach it from that angle.
If, however, you come to the conclusion that your original vision of what floats your boat isn’t working for you, for whatever reason, don’t despair. Regroup, and try again. Perform the visualization exercise once more and see where it leads. Remember, there is an artistic outlet for you. All you have to do is plug it in, and turn it on!