Favorite part of your work: I find people endlessly fascinating and love interviewing them. This is true whether I'm interviewing someone for an article or a podcast episode. I love words and fully believe in the power of the pen. In everything I do, I aim to celebrate life and nudge the dial toward beauty and justice.
My creative passion is writing, my outlet is holy yoga, and my life goal is to make a lasting impact on the people God puts in my path! And I've found a healthy balance of writing, blogging, editing, speaking, and yoga instructing. I love to do anything that helps women breathe deeper and snuggle more.
Spending money to make money doesn't make me flinch. Why? I am the daughter of two entrepreneurs. Most of what I learned about starting and running a business comes from observing my parents and how they conducted their business. As I have grown older, I've also learned through many conversations with them around the table.
We get it. We live in a region where real estate is plentiful and a home office can be a reality. Why leave to go downtown and cowork?
We think there are all kinds of great answers to this question. The coworkers at The Creative Collective still work from home occasionally and we all love to hang out in our favorite coffee shops. That hasn't changed. But what has changed is our ability to be productive regularly around other professionals, sharpen our skill sets, and grow our businesses. Here's what has been happening at the coworking space and why we believe coworking is right for you
A well-designed wedding invitation can reflect a couple's personality while giving their guests a preview of the good time and general awesomeness awaiting them at this wedding. I love good design and happy people. The reason I ultimately decided to specialize in wedding invitations is because of the clients. An engaged couple is generally blessed with optimism that is hard to come by as an adult with grown-up responsibilities.
As an introvert, one of the things I loved about working from my home office was that, quite frankly, I didn’t have to see anyone. A detailed email to my supervisor? So much easier than an actual conversation. A conference call during which I could participate in my sweaty gym clothes? Perfect. Yes, it got lonesome and I will admit to spending way too much time talking to my cat and doing laundry, but ultimately, working from home seemed an introverted writer’s dream. And yet...