I finally decided to get a Facebook page for my blog. I initially didn't really think much about it because I didn't really understand the point of creating a Facebook when someone already has a blog with the same content. But I realize the unique aspect is being able to communicate with those who share like interests. 

In my case, my humble blog is really just an outlet for me as a designer. I found myself posting design and blog related links occasionally on my personal Facebook and it felt almost discouraging. It's not that I don't think my friends would appreciate the posts, but it's more like, I don't feel like everyone cares. Creating a separate Facebook page for all my design related posts seemed like a good way to share my passion with those who actually do care about it and that reaches out to more than just my mutual friends. I can have a public space for other designers, those passionate about music / design / photography to come together and share that mutual passion.

Another thing I have been wanting to do is working on expanding myself as a designer. I can't learn and grow if I'm constantly doing the same things. I'll have a place where I can share but more importantly, a place for me to grow as a designer. I hope others will come and share my design journey with me! 

Come check it out! Facebook.com/deadbeathustler


DBH mixtape O5: New Age Groove

NEW AGE GROOVE (32mins / 10 tracks) 

O1. Crayon feat. KLP - Give You Up
O2. Fantasy - Breakbot
O3. Kido Yoji - Orion
O4. Lemaitre - Fiction
O5. Bruno Mars - Treasure (Romanza Winter House Remix)
O6. Mystery Skulls - Unstoppable (Nico Vetter Remix)
O7. Pnau - Baby (Breakbot Remix)
O8. Shook feat. Ronika - Distorted Love
O9. Michael Jackson - Love Never Felt So Good


RAW: Juicing - stupid fad or healthy alternative?

If you live in California, you're probably no stranger to the infamous "juice cleanse" hype that's been going around for the last couple of years. For whatever reason, Californians are notorious for picking up on fads that just sound a bit on the absurd side. But as with anything else, I always try to do my research. It's ignorant to simply dismiss something just because it's a 'fad'. As the saying goes, "don't knock it until you try it."