Pro bono public, aka "pro bono," is a common practice in the creative industry, particularly among designers who long to use their skills and talents on projects they find personally fulfilling. (For those who are unfamiliar with the term, it's work of any sort that's done for the public good without compensation.)
Inspired by a friend who recently had her aura read (it was some shade of blue), I wondered what font one's aura – or mood (I'm not sure I've got the time or cosmic energy to define "aura" in the context of typeface) – would be. But being the multi-faceted humans we are, our moods shift about as frequently as I imagine an aura reader's aura-reading explanations do. In other words, quite often.
True story: I agreed several months ago to write this blog post. And then I got busy, unexpectedly so, and the article slid to the back burner. Now, with a quieter workload, I'm able to get the project done.