Hi friends!

Thank you so much for reading my blog & following my story.

It's been 8 months since I quit my corporate job. I decided to quit while I was traveling in Paris. I remember exploring the beauty of Paris, answering emails, working on a paid campaign, eating Parisian meals, & thinking: "I'm ready to quit my corporate job for something better." It was in Paris, France that I decided to put all my effort into my blog, my coaching, my writing, my creative journey, my travels. Read the blog post.

Once I got back from my Paris trip & remained at my job for a few weeks as I sorted through my life. Do I have the finances for this? Can I do this? Do I have a set plan? Can I do this? Can I do this? Can I do this? 

But hey, you never know if you're going to be successful, but that's part of taking the leap. None of my best moments in life were easy moments. None of them. That's when I wrote I'm quitting my corporate job to pursue my dream.

It's been a whirlwind ever since.

I quit my job in June 2017.

I created content for a paid campaign with Sapporo.

I worked with Magnum Ice Cream.

I talked about what it's like to be a professional blogger. I wrote it from my luxury hotel room as part of a press trip n Reno, Nevada. As a digital-focused society, we tend to see bits & bobs of someone's life, not knowing what happens the rest of the time. We don't often witness someone's four day old greasy hair or their brand new batch of pimples or their stress of negotiating with brands.

I did a press trip to Reno, Nevada.

I opened up & talked more about why I quit my corporate job.

I did paid campaigns with prAna & Absolut.

I created a sponsored blog post for Aroma Outfitters. 

I took some time off to travel to London during Christmastime & it was absolutely magnificent! 

I traveled to Palo Alto, California for a press trip with The Clement Hotel.

I worked with Grocery Outlet, a brand I am soooo obsessed with.

I had highs & lows. I had days where money came to me in abundance & days where I wasn't sure if any money would come in at all. I write this post for myself & for everyone working to make their dreams, goals, & visions happen. Some days it feels like nothing is happening, like you made no progress. But here's what I always try to remember: success is a series of small wins.  Do something each day, even if it feels so ridiculously small. Because after a year of daily effort, 365 small things is actually quite enormous. 

I'd love to hear your story. Who are you? What are you working on? What are your goals? Leave a comment! :]