The Important Things StuckThe important things stuck ❤

 

I look back on the girl I was 10 years ago and yes, there’s a lot of differences in who I am now and who I was then… but the things that really matter, are still there.

 

*My heart is still the same. Yes, it’s tougher. Yes, it’s wiser.. But the basis is still the same. Continue reading “The Important Things Stuck…”

Attention: Automotive Friends.Vendors & Biz Owners…

So your work is busy and it’s chaotic.

You hear what I say about NOT running around like a crazy person and NOT working 100 hours a week and YOU THINK I’M FULL OF SHIT.

It’s okay. You can admit it. Continue reading “Attention: Automotive Friends.Vendors & Biz Owners…”

Screw Perfectionism

Screw Perfectionism

Big Magic — Screw Perfection.

 

{ Men: “Well, I’m 41 percent qualified for this task, so give me the job!” Yes, sometimes the results are ridiculous and disastrous, but sometimes, strangely enough, it works—a man who seems not ready for the task, not good enough for the task, somehow grows immediately into his potential through the wild leap of faith itself. I only wish more women would risk these same kinds of wild leaps. But I’ve watched too many women do the opposite. I’ve watched far too many brilliant and gifted female creators say, “I am 99.8 percent qualified for this task, but until I master that last smidgen of ability, I will hold myself back, just to be on the safe side.” Now, I cannot imagine where women ever got the idea that they must be perfect in order to be loved or successful. (Ha ha ha! Just kidding! I can totally imagine: We got it from every single message society has ever sent us! Thanks, all of human history!) }

 

As women we have been told most of our life, by society or people close to us, that we are “not good enough” or “leave that to the boys” Continue reading “Screw Perfectionism”

How to Plan for Vacation Entrepreneur Style

Plan Vacation Blog Title ImagePlanning when you’re the chick that never travels…..

Traveling is something I’ve always wanted to do, yet has been something that I have done very little of in my life. Other than 100 trips to the lake which is only couple of hours away from home, I can count on both hands how many vacations I’ve taken in my 28 years.

At the beginning of 2016 I set high goals!
Goals to travel as much as possible and I’ve planned 5 trips for the year!

But then the home-body in me started to freak the hell out!
   Who’s going to take care of my house?
   What about the dogs?
   What about my fitness/nutrition?
   What about my BUSINESS?!?! Continue reading “How to Plan for Vacation Entrepreneur Style”