If the file extension ends in .psd, then the answer is yes (unless you can find a free photo editor that can edit the .psd)
If it’s a .jpg or .png something like that, you can use any photo editor.
I also believe adobe offers a free 30 day trial on photoshop, so consider that if you have to.
I would assume if it is 300 DPI or higher, or any vector image.
Just set a schedule and stick to it, and don’t let yourself make any excuses.
For me I have certain days and times where I wake up and hop right over to the gym. One good way to look at it is that you will never regret choosing to exercise, but you might regret choosing to skip it.
Best of luck, make a plan, and stick with it =) A bonus is that when you exercise on a regular basis, studies have shown that it makes you a much more efficient worker. More work done in less time = more money, or more free time…win!
congrats! may your paw continue to evolve!
I would highly suggest checking out ASUS laptops. They have the lowest failure rate of any laptop manufacturer, and are typically extremely competitively priced. Get at least 8 gigs of ram if you’re heavy into photoshop, and make sure it can be expanded to 16.