Not because I don’t have things to say, or the ability to communicate them.. no, far worse.
Here’s a few of the things I’ll be doing around here to get out of my own way and into the the mildly-popular-micro-influencers-in-my-very-niche-corner-of-the-internet hall of fame, and why they might be good practices for all sufferers of PP – whether you have a blog or not.
Entrepreneur is never a word I truly associated with myself. Founder? Maybe. Creator? Sure. Freelancer? Definitely. But entrepreneur has always just reeked of desperation, though I couldn’t quite tell you why. Maybe it’s a bit of an antiquated word that I’ve always associated with someone who’s always trying and never doing – but to that line of thinking, I extend my biggest and kindest “fuck off” as I enter this new stage of my career. 💕
Well, I just broke a mirror (oops!) – and ironically, I’ve never felt luckier.
I’ve been doing lots of inner work trying to overcome my need for “perfection” in my output, mainly by shifting my practices to prioritize ease and grace. So today, in the midst of an Instagram photoshoot in my kitchen (the glamour! ), I had two options when the mirror I was using to bounce light broke.