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And this...

is why I'm addicted to technology.

I've always wanted more advanced photo editing software than what I currently have at home. At my previous full-time job I had access to Adobe Photoshop. What fun that was and I had only begun to scratch the surface of it's many abilities. But to purchase that little gem of software for home would set me back $650. I just can't justify that expense at this point in our lives just so I can play with my pics.

So today I set out looking for similar software that comes at a more reasonable price. I located a very similar product, was able to download a trial version for the next 30 days, AND should I chose to purchase the software after my trial, it will only set me back $90. A much more reasonable expense. Plus, it's from Corel...a reputable software company so I know I'm not getting scammed!

After a few hours of poking around and some trial and error, viola! This....

transformed into this...

The new header for my dedicated yoga blog.




Megan said…
Very cool Jenn!! Daisy's make me happy too!! I might have to give Yoga a try one of these days. I keep hearing a alot about it lately, along with Pilates. Time to get motivated!!!! :)

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