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Captain’s Log: 001 |Recent Site Expansions

I have been so busy that I haven’t posted much other than posting about how I’m so busy I don’t have time to post lol. I’m trying to work better on time management but its hard when your doing so much. But I am working on a lot of great content for all my pillars. My content takes me a long time to create from start to finish due to my other responsibilities but content is coming along.

A few days ago I launched The Digital Outreach Program, its a landing page I set up that I can send people to when I see them falling victim to a scam. For now its focused on Facebook Scams because thats what I’m seeing heavily in the groups, but I will always be adding more scams to it.

Last night I launched the landing page for Evan Reviews Everything, a little side project I’ve been working on for fun, I like reviewing and giving recommendations because I love sharing great works of art with people who may otherwise not have seen it. I have a Facebook Page and a YouTube Channel set up as well.

I have another expansion planned for the site but thats down the road, gonna take a little more planning before I roll that project out.

Other than that I have been coding/designing/marketing my ass off for my clients. Check out my Facebook Page, Digital Clinic, for marketing tips, and download my ebook for a good introduction on how I make my money.

Much Love,

Evan.

Life as of Late | Busy, Busy, Busy.

Hello!

I have been busy! I am working on multiple projects at the moment, very excited about all of them, even more excited about being done with them and moving on to the next set.

I am working on some new pages for the site, I am launching my review page here within a few days, as well as updating my about page and my services page. I have been so busy working on other things, I haven’t been able to update this site as much, but I’ve been slowly working on all aspects and am super excited on the results I’m coming up with. Even more excited to share with everyone.

I have a new project that has top priority, titled “Project: Night Owl” super stoked on this opportunity, gonna keep this one under wraps until its complete which could take a few months, no worries I am documenting all the behind the scenes, should make for some awesome content.

I am working on putting together my EDC post, and editing together all of my footage, should make for a nice read.

I have a few Instagram accounts available for sale through my side hustle, CyberWorkz. Also, I am moving CyberWorkz into the Influencer game, I’ve been thinking about this for a while, I know so many people that can be influencers that don’t know anything about it. I have been wanting to take some people with the potential and guide them to influencer status. If you are interested you should DM me, I am working on a dedicated page for CyberWorkz that will be hosted on this page.

I am working on a lot of Graphic and Web Design projects for various clients, this has been taking most of my time, but no worries, everything is moving along.

Cant wait to finish up my current projects, its time, lol.

And Once Again, my ebooks are coming, there gonna be good, I want them to be truly unique and real, so I’m in no hurry!

-Evan *stay tuned

Pretty Lights Live | The Fillmore | Detroit, MI


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Seeing Pretty Lights Live at The Fillmore in Detroit was a last minute plan that me and Ryan threw together just in time. On our way up to Detroit we stoped in pokagon to go tabagogging with Ryan’s family, I didn’t even know what it was until we did it, it was a lot of fun though and Ryan got some sick footage with his GoPro. We continued on our journey to meet our friends Laura and GIRL and to get down to some pretty lights. We got to the Fillmore and had to wait in a decent line, it wouldn’t have been bad if it wasn’t so cold. What was crazy to me is that there were girls wearing short shorts and skirts and all this other crazy shit, it was too darn cold for that. The first night I had to accidentally sneak in a knife because I forgot to unclip it from my bet, I was worried they would find it and take it. But anyway we got inside and Pretty Lights began fairly quickly, we all danced our asses off and had a great time. It was nice getting away and spending such a good time with good friends, thats what life’s all about.

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Nashville | Downtown, Nashville, TN

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Me and my Brother decided to go down to Nashville to see my Mom’s new house down there. She and my stepdad sure do have an eye when it comes to picking out awesome houses. Her place is stunning, in a wonderful area, and she has a pool as well as a awesome guesthouse with a hot tub, its a little slice of heaven. Her place is just outside of Nashville.

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We went out to explore Nashville with my family, it was a lot of fun, such an awesome city. Almost every bar had an upstairs deck area over looking the river which was a stunning view. The weekend we happened to be there, college races were going on the river so it just added to the scene, it was awesome. There were a lot of underground bars there too which I found very cool, we walked by the Coyote Ugly Saloon so of course we had to walk in there. And of course everyone in there was on the bar going crazy taking belly shots and that sort, I thought it was a good time but we didn’t stay long.

We walked in to a candy story down there and ran into Kelly Ann Conway, President Trump’s Campaign Manager, I was hoping to run into Reese Witherspoon, but I suppose it was kinda cool to see her in person, didn’t move me one bit though, but if I had ran into Reese Witherspoon that would have been a different story.

We pretty much went thru every bar, and I gotta say they were all really cool, all of them had country themes and had a lot of nice wooden furniture and nice lighting, and seemed like a good atmosphere and nice people in each bar we went to. I really want to go back and have a drink at night on one of those rooftops, sounds like a good time.

We went to a local spot down there, and for the life of me I cant remember the name, all I know is I got some pulled pork from there and it was amazing, not the best I ever had but some of the best, and they had a nice selection of sauces there. Ill have to edit this later once I ask my Mother the name of that Restaurant.

We enjoyed some Budweisers while we swam in the pool and relaxed in the hot tub while catching up with our mom and step dad. It was such a nice area in their backyard, there were houses near by but it was very secluded with their tall plants and fence.

I gotta say I loved the Nashville area and can’t wait to go back.

Life is Beautiful 2017 | Downtown, Fremont | Las Vegas, NV


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Life is Beautiful was a very unique experience as it was my first time attending the festival as well as my first time being in Las Vegas, I had been there once before, but I was young so that doesn’t count, the only memory of that I have is Treasure Island lol. Anyway, Life is Beautiful had an amazing line-up, and after having to skip the amazing line-up that Camp Bisco had to offer I had to make it to Life Is Beautiful, I made all my arrangements months in advance and invited my friend Paige to come with me.

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I didn’t expect anything less when I found slot machines in the boarding area and throughout the airport, to be honest it seemed more like a casino than an airport. That might be a bit of an exaggeration but you get my point. I think I had to wait a while for Paige’s plane to land, I stopped in a bar and got a lil pregame in before we hit the town.

We took an uber from the airport to our hotel and driving into downtown Vegas was a treat, the place doesn’t even seem like a city, its more like a giant theme park, or at least that’s how It feels for me. We stayed at “The D” which was right down the street from the Life Is Beautiful Festival on Fremont. The hotel was super nice and their casino was nicely laid out, we didn’t walk away with millions but I do have a 0.05 voucher from that casino so you know, that’s something, lol.

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The first day of the festival was incredible, we had some tasty drinks and had some amazing food. Their were about 25 different food trucks their, each one a unique and delicious choice for any hungry belly. They had some really cool art displays, like the art motel and all these other buildings dedicated to art which had amazing pieces from artist all over.

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The people at this festival, like most other festivals, were all about peace and positive vibes, its so nice to get away and spend a week listening to awesome music with such like-minded people. We met a lot of people and I actually ended up talking to a news reporter and landed a interview with her and ended up on the news, lol. Paige got a video and you can see it online, I I have to download it before they delete it, we talked for ever, I really popped, but then they cut me up into like 15 seconds and make me look dumb, lol oh well.

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Through the three days of the festival we heard some amazing sets by Lorde, 2 Chains, Slightly Stoopid, Zeds Dead, Tchami, Big Gigantic, Kaskade, Wiz Khalifa, Schoolboy Q, Tycho, Lil Dicky, Gorillaz, The XX, Pretty Lights, MGMT, De La Soul, Vince Staples, Pusha T, Big Wild and a few others. Each performance was top notch, I loved every minute of it. Pretty Lights had the best set hands down, it was perhaps my favorite set I’ve seen of him and I’ve seen quite a few, the lights were on point. Another show that was sick was Slightly Stoopid, I’ve been wanting to see them for a very long time, and they did not disappoint.

The Festival grounds were littered with amazing art pieces, like this bear that was poly-art, it was super psychedelic and had amazing colors when lit up at night. There were super detailed murals on all of the walls, we were surrounded by such awesome art on all sides it was easy to get lost.

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All in all the festival was amazing and as long as they have a good line-up I would recommend going, it was money well spent.

Unfortunately we were only in Vegas for a few days for the festival so we had limited time to check out the entire city. I wanted to bungee jump off the needle down there but we didn’t have time. Another thing we wanted to check out was the pawn shop featured in Pawn Stars, but again ran out of time. One cool thing we did do, was go to a Criss Angel Show, and let me tell you that blew my freaking mind! If you are thinking about going I would say stop thinking and just do it!! Me and Paige walked out of there questioning reality, that’s how good it was, he’s incredible and I tip my hat, he really is the mind freak, lol. We also hit up the zip line on Fremont and that was really cool, it wasn’t too much money and I would say its worth it, plus you can buy pictures of yourself at the end, its a lot of fun, better try it.

We had a lot of fun going to Vegas, had a lot of of laughs, A LOT OF GOOD FOOD, met some cool people, lost some money but walked away with 4 cents, I plan on coming back for EDC 2018, so that’s a good time I look forward to.

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400 Fest | Brickyard, Indy 500 | Indianapolis, IN | July 21-22

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This was an interesting one. I had never heard of 400 Fest before, the only reason it popped up on my radar was because of Pretty Lights and Mac Miller. With it being so close to home I had to get tickets. I bought two and ended up bringing Lindsey along for the ride. The place we stayed this time was much better than where we stayed in Chicago, kind of far from the venue though.

So anyway, we get to the Indy 500 Motor Speedway, and I’ve never been here before and I’m like, WHOLY SHIT THIS PLACE IS HUGE!!!! I never realized how big that place was, and when we were walking in I was so excited, I was thinking dam this is gonna be a huge event/venue right? NOPE. They made us walk the whole way across to the other side and tucked us back in this lil corner and I’m just shaking my head thinking of all the wasted potential! They could have a huge festival in that place, using the whole area and make it really cool, but they just have this one stage back in the corner, I digress.

The music was on point though, what else do you expect from Pretty Lights and Mac Miller. Chainsmokers finished, there alright, I like a few of there songs, but not really for me, I Thought Pretty Lights should have closed, but it was very apparent that I was the only one that thought that.

The crowd wasn’t really felling pretty lights it seemed like, no one in the crowd other than me was moving it seemed like, I was calling them all crazy in my head, especially when the chainsmokers came on and everyone when nuts.. so it clearly wasn’t his crowd, and most were there for chainsmokers, I guess lol. We saw Cheat Codes and that was the first time I saw them live and I was feeling them a lot, I had heard a few of their songs before but after hearing their set I’m for sure a fan. Major Lazor was there as well, he killed his set and had some dope ass visuals!! DNCE was there and that was also my first time seeing them, they put on a good show, you should check em out.

So overall the music was on point, the crowd was weak, the venue had potential but was not utilized properly in my opinion, also there was like a circle of 10 cops every other 50 feet, no joke, it was the most cops I had seen in my life in one place, it was very locked down. I had heard some talk of a lot of under covers being there, so overall it was a sketchy vibe, but still had to blaze to Mac Miller lol.

We went to the Art Museum as well which was really cool, if you have never been there you should check it out there are some amazing pieces in that building. And the surrounding area, is simply beautiful, with gardens, fountains, paths, and trails you can walk through, its a great place to take pictures. The food they offer isn’t half bad either.

-Evan

Pretty Lights Live | Episode 8 | Northerly Island | Chicago, IL

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What a treat to see Pretty Lights Again! I’ve seen him too many times to keep track but every time it feels like its the first time, lol. This was how I kicked off my new found freedom, which was no doubt the best choice for my first event to celebrate freedom.

I headed to Chicago wit Lindsey, when we arrived at our hotel, we were both less than satisfied, but what are you gonna do? Make the best of it, that’s what! We got a nice buzz going, ate some edibles and headed out for the first day of jams.

This was the first time I had been to Northerly Island, and I gotta say that I thought the Venue was pretty sick. They had an area with seats for when you needed to take a break or sneak off to do some party snacks. They had very limited drink offers, as most events do, but these choices were some off brand stuff I never even heard of. Usually whether its a festival, show, concert, event or whatever, they usually have Bud, Budlight, Coors, but none of that here, AND this off brand beer was like 18 bucks a tall boy, no no no, way too much, good thing I had my flask! CHEERS!

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Once the show was done they let us loose on downtown Chicago, Me and Lindsey found a Philly cheese steak place that was the 2nd most bomb cheese steak I ever had Ill have to look up the name of the place for a proper shout-out.

The next day before the show we got nice and lit and walked around Chicago. Out of all the times I’ve been to Chicago, I’ve never been to Cloud Gate, so we made sure to check that out, which was really cool, but it was hard to get a cool picture because of all the people.

We also checked out the aquarium, which at first I was super excited for, I had been hearing good things for quite some time. But I was heavily disappointed in our experience, it was super costly per person, you could never afford to bring more than 1 or 2 family members, and once we got in we found many large large fish crammed into little aquariums, it was very sad and I was surprised the animals were being held like this, one fish was so big it literally could not turn around in its small aquarium. The dolphin show was cool and they had a very big swim area. Got food from there that wasn’t all that great either, so overall I wouldn’t recommend it, but if you don’t mind forking over the dough theres a few cool things about it.

We went to the Art Museum as well which was really cool, if you have never been there you should check it out there are some amazing pieces in that building. And the surrounding area, is simply beautiful, with gardens, fountains, paths, and trails you can walk through, its a great place to take pictures. The food they offer isn’t half bad either.

Those were the main highlights of this trip to Chicago, been there many times, and I’m sure ill be there many more times in the future. LOVE THE WINDY CITY.

-Evan