Husband. Motivator. Designer. Father. Leader. Friend.
“I believe that life is a journey, often difficult and sometimes incredibly cruel, but we are well equipped for it if only we tap into our talents and gifts and allow them to blossom.”
That quote up there pretty much sums up the purpose of this website.
Putting all my experiences, my joys and struggles, my musings and my aspirations into one place. Hoping that it will propel me forward to wherever I’m supposed to be.
So here I am, as honest as I can portray myself. A husband to a beautifully dorky wife. A father of two quirky kids. A freelance graphic designer. A motivator of people. A follower of Jesus by way of Roman Catholicism. And if I’m not already, hopefully your friend.
We may have our differences, but that doesn’t mean I can’t be there for you.
Most of the blog entries have been imported from my old website “butcheee.com” which I started way back in 2003. I’ve got over 315+ entries to fix up so that they can properly be seen here, so please bear with me if you find broken links, images that aren’t there and general confusion and uncleanliness.
As of August 28th, 2012, I’ve come on board with Goliger’s Travel Plus as their first Visual/Graphic Designer. It’s a “Mom & Pop” company that operates well above “Mom & Pop” stereotypes and perceptions. I provide Creative Direction and hopefully with a coordinated team effort, we’ll be setting ourselves apart, and creating our niche in the Travel Industry.
Before that I was a Pastoral Mission Worker with Couples For Christ, a recognized lay ministry of the Catholic Church. I helped empower, guide and lead youth and young adults to discover their passion and vocation. If you need a motivating keynote speaker, someone to talk to, or someone to bounce your ideas off of, you’ve got a friend in me.
I also do freelance graphic design, as well as provide social media strategy, advice and overall knowledge to your brand’s needs. Need some creative help? Or a Social Media boost? Let’s work together!
So that’s me in a nutshell. But enough about me, let’s talk about you! Leave a comment or two. I’ll consider that the friendly head nod of acknowledgement and a step forward in getting to know each other.
Efren Baria Jr.