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They say year two is one of the hardest years to survive as an entrepreneur. This past year has certainly presented its share of obstacles. It’s not easy when your work is so entrenched in your personal lives. It’s not easy drawing the line between being …
A year ago this week I decided to ‘take the plunge’ and join the crazy world of self-employment. This could be a blog about the risk of giving up a guaranteed paycheque, or about saying goodbye to my 9-to-5. Instead this blog will be something very different than that. This blog is a thank you.
Somehow, I managed to wrap up 2015 with my arms clasped around the cold porcelain bowl in the ensuite of my home. Perhaps it was my way of clearing out any bad vibes from the year. Personally, I would have preferred taking Elizabeth Gilbert’s approach, which …
If the third quarter was a roller coaster at Canada’s Wonderland, it would definitely be The Bat. It was like July and August were rolling along, slowly but steadily climbing to the “peak,” otherwise known as September. Then once this month arrived, the real excitement began.
September is like a cold splash of water to the face. And I’m not sure my tired eyes are ready for it.
As I write this blog post, I’m up to my ears in boxes. Moving day is on Friday, and I’m distracted by all of the things I still have to do before then. But I want to make sure I take the time to pause and reflect.
In Q3, I plan to continue to build from the momentum of Q2, but I’m also aware I have some hurdles to overcome along the way.
I’m excited to review my goals for Q2 with you, and look back on how far Web of Words has come in the last six months.
It’s been a great week. Here’s a look at my weekly reflections…