How I Took Responsibility For How Much Money I Made

I’ve been making my own money for years. I had my first official job when I was 17. I was cleaning the streets of my hometown for a month to earn $200 (that’s a standard entry-level salary at home). I made my very first money when I was 7. When I was in second grade,…

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Some Thoughts on Modern Info Business

So, I just spent an hour on another info business webinar. The lecturer was recommended to me by a dear friend who owns an info business company herself (her link was not referral, no 🙂 ) The webinar was about traffic, a social media platform, and a search for a perfect client. You know the…

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The Artist’s Way: Week 5

Welcome back! This is my experience with the week 5 of The Artist’s Way program. Beware, rambling! So, I took a break for a week. In Week 4 post I mentioned that I’m taking a week long break to move into a new apartment. And as any break does, this one hit me hard. We…

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Overthinking My Relationship with Cooking

Cooking has been such a controversial topic for me over the years. I took my time thinking if I should even bring up the topic – after all, it’s such a source of insecurity for me. I feel complicated about it, so I’d love to hear about experiences and opinions of other people! For the…

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The Artist’s Way: Week 4

Welcome back to The Artist’s Way series! This is my take on Week 4, Recovering a Sense of Integrity. This week has been about keeping true to myself. Now that I’ve supposedly figured out my hobbies, things I’m interested in, and things I still want to learn, now’s the time to do them. There was…

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The Artist’s Way: Week 3

Welcome back to the series of The Artist’s Way, Week 3! This week I was recovering a sense of power. A lot of it had to deal with childhood memories of having fun and things I was into, while trying to harness the sense of possibilities and power in current life. This week’s exercises haven’t…

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