If you’ve been following me or my writing, you’ll see that I often share about the importance of balance and lessening your load. You can’t hustle forever.
Category: Being Your Own Boss
How To Get Over Your Fear Of Getting Started
To overcome your fear of getting started, you have to understand that fear is actually a good thing. And you have to lean into it.
4 Success Principles For A Strong Career
If I’m going to share success principles for a strong career, I have to start with this: success looks, feels, & manifests itself differently for everyone.
Sometimes Your Work Defines You (And That’s OK)
Sometimes you are led by your passions and they become everything—your career, livelihood, and what you love. Sometimes work defines you (and that’s okay).
Here’s A Little Entrepreneur Secret: You’re Never Done
If you really want to become the person you’re meant to be and live the life you’ve always imagined, you have to understand that you’re never done.
5 Tips For Finding Your Voice & Owning Your Professional Worth
One of the most beautiful things, in my opinion, is stepping into your professional worth and identity.
4 Easy, Daily Tasks Every Entrepreneur Can Check Off Her List
As an entrepreneur, there are a few things you want to check off your list each day. These simple tasks will jumpstart you creatively and get you on track.
How To Make Money Doing What You Love
Ultimately, the ability to make money doing what you love is possible, but it comes from a lot of hard work and dedication to your craft.
9 Things You Learn When You Start Working For Yourself
I started my professional career writing for a larger magazine—Thought Catalog, to be specific—and I loved it. I loved the fast-pace, the creative challenge of writing multiple pieces per day, the connections with other writers and contributors, and the ability to have such a wide variety of jobs and roles. However, working for myself was […]
7 Tips For Working Remotely (Or Getting Work Done On The Road)
Whether you prefer a coffee shop or cabana, the comfort of your bed or a hotel room desk, working remotely is easy—you just have to know how to do it.