July 21, 2020 2 min read
If 2020 has taught us one thing, it’s to be more resourceful with the technology we have. It’s no surprise that Netflix is on a tear and Amazon is printing money faster than they ever have. But this isn’t really news. It’s more of an indicator of human behavior in 2020. And in that same vain, the reason why Fizzm decided to launch a Patreon this year.
We can all agree that the internet, at times, can be difficult to navigate. Getting stuck on YouTube binges or Reddit subs is a daily battle, however it’s always nice to stumble upon an efficient routine that someone else has mastered and is now passing on to you.
What does that mean?
Well, for example let’s say your upset with your eating habits and while you’re browsing YouTube, you catch a video that discusses the benefits of Intermittent Fasting. Curiosity gets the best of you and you decide to click the bait… Thirty minutes later you find yourself committed and vowing that you will not eat anything until after 12pm.
Now you feel productive and better about accomplishing a part of your life that was subconsciously bothering you. But, how can you replicate this success in other areas? This is the problem we, Fizzm, hope to solve. At least for the creatives, dreamers and people that would like to see the world through our lens. We can’t really advise on much else, nor do we want to.
Thus, brings us to Patreon and why we believe you should join the Fizzm community on there. We curate, we create and we collaborate to bring you what we’ve been obsessing over since we started in 2012.
This is the first time you can explore the world of Fizzm and every facet we enjoy. Add in some special gifts, mind bogglingly immaculate art and positive subconscious triggers, you’ll walk away understanding that Fizzm is literally the future.
[photo credit: Neil Krug]
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