For this next post, I reached out to Cait over at her blog Well I Never! to ask if she'd be willing to let me interview her about her own experience as a blogger trying new stuff for funsies. (Side note — I found her through a Google search, and her blog just HAPPENS to use … Continue reading Interview With Another Blogger Who’s Trying Things
My father is probably the smartest man I know, and I'm about to share some of his advice with you — so strap yourself in and get ready for some dad truths! But first, the story of how I came to hear said dad truths: A few years ago, my dad was in Austin visiting … Continue reading The 2 Things You Have Control Over
Last week, I tried something pretty off-the-wall for me. I had a crystal healing session at my new co-working space. At this point in the blog post, you may have questions. What's a crystal healing session? And what's a co-working space? And, but seriously, WHAT IS A CRYSTAL HEALING SESSION? I'll take on the co-working … Continue reading Crystal Healing at My Co-working Space
Some of y'all know this, but for those of you who don't, since I left my 9-to-5, my biggest client has been my Uncle Mike. He approached me early this year with a wildly wonderful idea: He wanted to know if I would help him self-publish his books. He's a Naval doctor and commander who's … Continue reading First Big Freelance Win: A Freshly Published Book!
The second trip I've taken as a full-time freelancer was on the heels of the Nola trip and with the same cast and crew—my dad and my brother. We flew up to Washington to visit Mark and Linda. Mark and Linda live on a few acres of land in the small town of Sequim about … Continue reading A Visit to Washington—Land of the Barrel of Cheer
I’ve started to write this next blog post at least twelve times, and that’s being conservative. I think my problem was there was just so damn much I wanted to say…and I couldn't decide what stories to tell or where to start—what was only interesting in my head or actually internet-worthy. (Though the bar is pretty … Continue reading Getting More Than You Bargained for on Bourbon Street
Well, it’s my 29th birthday. And I love birthdays — especially mine. I love the cake and the well-wishes and the opportunity to take stock of the year that’s passed and look forward to the year ahead. I’m the type of person who really milks it, who celebrates all month long and maybe even a … Continue reading I left my job to follow my dreams — subscribe to see how it works out for me :)