I love to work. It’s always bee a huge part of how I define myself. My parents were self-employed and so, growing up, I always knew that I too would be a business owner one day: That I would live and work by my own set of rules.
Two years ago I set an intention: I wanted to be self-employed. I wanted to own a business that allowed me to do work that I love, with people I love, and in places that I love. I had this dream for as long as I could remember, but it seemed vague, unstable, and full of uncertainty. When my thirtieth birthday was on the horizon, I decided that it was time to take a leap, and put faith in myself and my community. I set out to manifest my dream life. Now, with success under my belt, I am excited to share the inner workings of my endeavors.