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Suzanne Turner
Works at Inclined Creative
Attended The Art Institute of California, San Diego
Lives in Portland, OR
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Freelance Designer & Consultant
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Small Business Support: Graphic Design. Social Media, Blogging, Copy Writing/Editing
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    Designer, present
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Portland, OR
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Denver, CO - San Diego, CA - Skagway, AK - Juneau, AK
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I do freelance work designing, promoting and helping others to get excited about their businesses. I can help with graphic design, branding, social media, blogging, editing and more. I partner with my husband to create beautiful, functional websites.

I love supporting my clients in their journey toward ultimate success and happiness. My clients are often like friends after long, and many wonderful friends have hired me to do projects for them as well. Working this way is empowering and inspiring! It's the new way of doing bliss-ness. :) Feel free to stop by inclinedcreative.com and check out my work and services and drop me a line if you're looking for graphics or web work.

I also channel my creative energy into DelysiaStyle.com & KaleUniversity.org where my thoughts, inspiration, recipes and more are archived for your reading pleasure. Please drop in anytime and say hello, ask for a quote on a project, leave a comment, or just grab some inspiration and go! :)

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Scored a 5 on the AP English Language & Literature Test
Education
  • The Art Institute of California, San Diego
    Bachelor of Science, Interior Design, 2007
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Let's rock 2015.
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That's a strong campaign for staying clean.
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Hilarious!
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Smoothies and I have an off-and-on relationship.  It makes no sense, really, because I continue baking all year long.  Meanwhile, my blender, which can deliver healthy results much more rapidly tha...
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I used a bit more turmeric though. Probably a little more than half a teaspoon.
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So much time, so little to do! .... Strike that, reverse it. :) +Mathew Gauvin +William DeHaven +Joel Turner  #pdx   #vegan  
Embrace your herbivorous side with samosa bowls, cheesesteaks, Mediterranean eggplant, and chocolate vodka mousse.
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I tried open source cafe and it was tasty.
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Postmodern Jukebox put on a incredibly entertaining show tonight! What  a powerhouse of talent. #WeLoveYouRobyn   #PMJtour  
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Snapped this pic at 11:11 and then realized its November...11th!! Yesss. :)
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+Joel Turner I think you'll appreciate this. #productivity  http://jamesclear.com/schedule
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A photo I took on the Columbia River and then Joel/Google seem to have awesomized. 
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We chose two of the vegan selections- server was friendly, and it was nice to go somewhere that has a separate vegan section on the menu. It was not-so-nice that there was fried egg bits all over my "vegan" pineapple rice... it's definitely my fault that I didn't send it back, but I felt too bad being "difficult" so I picked it all out. Beyond that, the portions were small for both of us and the flavor was nothing to write home about. The soup we had to start was the best part. We'd walked by it quite a few times wanting to try it, it had so much promise, but unfortunately we haven't been back.
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Overall good spot! Service is spotty- friendly, but they leave you for long periods and they never bring your a spoon for the soup- maybe you're supposed to drink it traditionally? But it seems usually there's the Asian-style scoop spoon a lot of places bring you... The sushi is good and there are a quite few good veggie options. Nothing too crazy or innovative, but solid nonetheless. Happy hour deals on rolls could be better, but you may find more options if you actually eat fish, so my review may not apply to the typical visit.
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Everything on the menu I've seen friends order seems to be above average in terms of taste and portion size. Service is friendly, atmosphere is casual. I enjoy the "salad rolls" with a bowl of Tom Kha and find it totally satisfying yet not too heavy. I've also tried the Pad Kee Mao and my husband is fond of the yellow curry. The staff is always gracious even when we have large groups gather there after meetups, then get loud and want lots of separate checks. And that's worth a star on it's own.
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This Target was born within a cool, old building facade downtown which somehow pairs nicely with funky, colorful paintings on what looks like large pieces of plywood in the windows. The Starbucks inside is right on the street front so there's lovely natural light and the bar-lined window provides plenty of prospects for people-watching. The employees seem peppy and excited about their jobs. The multi-level design is spacious. Overall it's just nice to have a Target downtown- as much as we love our local shops (five stars being reserved for such) there are those few, random household items (ok, and tank tops) that are nice to pick up at Target.
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This place is small, tiny practically. The service is so attentive and the food so delicious, and we've always gotten lucky and not had to wait for one of the few tables. The location is out of the way, not exactly downtown, but it's worth the longer walk than normal. Why not 5 stars? I'm sure there must be times when you'd have to wait, unless there's a secret room I'm not seeing, which is entirely possible. The prices are a tad on the high end for Thai and the portions are a little on the small side. It's a nice place to have an intimate conversation or a date where you'll feel like the only couple there. It probably is the best tasting Thai we've had in Portland so far.
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I've been here several times and it's always a delicious, lovely, healthy experience and the bill is never gasp-worthy for all the food we get. The Happy Hour menu has great deals, but when it's Happy Hour you can't order off the regular menu; just something to keep in mind in case you're hankering for something specific. Plenty of tasty choices for everyone- whether raw, vegan or usual omnivore. This caliber of vegan food is good enough to win over carnivores. They have good juices, cocktails and desserts too.
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The first time I visited Powell's was on a Sunday afternoon and I was unprepared for the enormity of the place and the crowds pouring through it's aisles. I was overwhelmed to the point of discomfort. Now that I know what to expect, (and when not to go) it is quite pleasurable. Overhearing the fun-loving debate among the booksellers as to how to categorize a certain title in their own idiosyncratic system- it warms my literature-loving heart. The selection of local gifts, cards, goodies and, of course, books, goes on room after color-coded room, and then spills over into another building. So go when you have time and patience to really wander. I like to find a lovely used book, buy it and then retire to the coffee shop area to read, write postcards and enjoy some tea. It is a little cramped, loud and stuffy (read: smelly) at times, but what downtown public place isn't? Powell's is certainly not to be missed while you're in Portland.
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