When we’re able to see how well other people are doing on social media, it’s very easy to get caught up in the idea that we may have left things too late to ever achieve that same level of “success”. I’ve just started something completely new myself, so I thought it’d make for an interesting blog post, about why we start new things and what we do when we feel like we’ve “missed the boat”.
One of my most defining personality traits is, I think, being a huge introvert. I don’t always go for labels, but this one fits me perfectly.
Ever struggled with “fraudy feelings” i.e. the feeling that you’re an imposter, you don’t really know enough/ aren’t good enough/ aren’t important enough to do what you do? That nobody will find your writing useful or interesting? Yep, me too. But this tip always helps get me back in the present and back to creating again.
I can’t quite believe it, but this August marks a decade since I registered as self-employed! It hasn’t always been easy, but I’m so proud of what I’ve achieved. Here’s a quick look at how my business has changed since I started in 2008…
I passionately believe in building an intentional online business that works around my life. But what does that mean to me? Here’s my online business manifesto. Hopefully, it helps give you the permission you need to create a business that works for you, too.
I called this post a letter from me to you, but to be completely honest I’m writing it mainly for me. As I write this my baby is 5 months old and I am easing back into work. I am making tough decisions, I’m starting to understand the “juggle” many parents speak of, and I feel like I’m moving into a new world.