Once upon a time, I had grand ideas of making the world a more aesthetically pleasing (yet functional) place.
I enrolled in design school, spent $300 (of my dad's hard earned $$$) on Pantone markers, and learned important life skills (like how to "creatively" Photoshop).
As it turned out, I never finished that design degree. Somewhere along the way, I detoured into a career in public relations and ended up focusing on writing instead.
From time to time, I still like fiddle with Photoshop and InDesign.