It’s no secret that I’m the biggest believer in the power of a side hustle and exploring your creative and entrepreneurial talents. But selling your product or service online successfully can be challenging. Whether you’re trying to get your side hustle going or you’re knee-deep in full-time business, we’ve got you covered.
When you’re in the beginning phase of your business, it can be tempting to jump right into the fun stuff, the creative and exciting parts. But it is important that you invest the time to put a solid foundation in place first. What exactly does that mean? It means you need to plan, do research, and prepare! Sounds exhausting already, right? But if you do it right, you’ll be on the right tract, from the start.
We love a well curated home! The potential of a space, choosing paint colors, the thrill of finding the perfect accessories — just thinking about designing a room, or home, gets us excited. But apart from the dreamy excitement, designing your own space can be an overwhelming process. Infusing your personal style and personality into your home decor can be a bit stressful.
Whether you’re a freelancer or just temporarily working a home, you may have noticed how important it is to create designated space to work from. Women that work on their bed or at the kitchen counter may find that they’re not as productive as they desire to be. The reason? Often it’s because you’re utilizing spaces for work, that you generally use for other purposes.
There are moments in our lives that aren’t easy to comprehend. Like when relationships we thought we couldn’t live without suddenly become an afterthought. While a lifelong friendship can end abruptly, some just lose their steam – even when it’s not intended. But that doesn’t have to always be the case.
The world would be a different place if all bosses were genuinely good and thoughtful people. If managers and corporate leaders were kind and considerate when talking to you about your role in their organization, working with them would be an absolute dream. Unfortunately, in most work situations, this is not the case. And to make matters worse, most bad bosses don’t show their true colors until you have accepted the job and settled into your position.