Every month, I look forward to sharing my blog income report with you guys, and this past month was no different.
September was a good month!
But before you read my September blog income report, check out my previous blog income reports here:
So I came across this article today on Levo League: Blake Lively Proves Walking Away & Quitting Aren’t The Same Thing.
I initially had zero idea what that meant, but dude, I can’t deny it, I’m still a huge Serena van der Woodsen fan, so naturally, I had to click on the link and check it out.
Boy am I glad I did!
I didn’t know this, but apparently, Blake launched a lifestyle site called Preserve last year, and now, she’s pulling the plug on it.
But anyway, I hope you all have fabulous weekend plans! Joe and I are actually gunna go try to find him a tux this week for our wedding. Wish us luck!!! (Because I don’t want to have to go to five million different places :))
Anyway, here are my favorites from this week! Enjoy!
Last week I wrote a whole blog post on entrepreneurship and announced my new entrepreneurship series.
So when I found out that the girls over at One Woman Shop were launching their new Solopreneur Success Bundle, I thought it’d PERFECT to share with you guys.
Regardless of what your side hustle is these days, the bottom line is this… if you want to see better results, you have to invest a little.
Hi guys!! Okay, so if you don’t know already, I’m writing a book.
Yep! It’s totally happening!
I landed a book deal with a local publishing company here in Miami, and if all goes well, I should see my book in stores this coming June.
LOL when my editor told me that, I almost laughed at him.
Like, for real???
My book’s going to be in a store??
They say we have no patience. Us millennials, that is.
They say we enter the Corporate environment and we leave because we think we ought to be CEOs the first day we start.
Yea, I think there’s some truth to our impatience.
I think we do want things a bit quicker than previous generations.
But I don’t necessarily think that’s always a bad thing.
What, that we don’t want to sit around waiting all day for success to come to us?
What did you want to be when you were growing up and why?
The first thing I ever remember wanting to be is the first Women President of the US (1st grade. I just remember reading a book about it, and telling my mom that’s what I want to do. Then I wanted to be a speed skater like Bonnie Blair (Winter Olympics were on that year!) Later in Middle School, I wanted to be a Marine Biologist because I learned about Sea Otters in 4th grade and became obsessed with them.
Finally, as a freshman in High School, I realized I wanted to work in business. I was the head of a team project in a keyboarding class I was taking, and a ‘gut feeling’ came over me. I knew I wanted to pursue business. When I first started college, I wanted to be either a Sports Manager, or own/run a Bed & Breakfast (like Lorelai Gilmore- Gilmore Girls).