This story was originally published on GoBankingRates.com. I’m not a parent, but if I was, I’d be crunched for some major “me time.” According to a recent survey by Munchery.com, parents get only about 30 minutes to themselves per day. Yikes.
My, how time flies! I almost can’t believe I’ve been solopreneuring it for a year now. I started my company last year because I wanted more flexibility and autonomy over my daily routine. I also wanted to make travel a big part of my life, which is why I went on an adventure once a … Continue reading A Year of Solopreneurin’ It: What I Imagined vs. The Reality
Sometimes, rejection forces you to see things about yourself — the ugly, insecure, weak parts you normally try to improve but not to focus on. The biggest career lessons I’ve learned was through rejection, and lots of it. My 20something, thin-skinned self would’ve hated talking about rejection because it highlights failures and inadequacies, but today’s … Continue reading 3 Biggest Takeaways from Every Single Job Rejection I’ve Faced
“How do I make money online?” I hear this a lot. It sounds so scammy, but this is how people make their living now. I also hear lots of complaints from people who simply don’t make enough money at their current job but are scared to leave for various reasons: job security, they don’t have … Continue reading What to Read and Listen to Before You Start Your Side Hustle or Business