I grew up in a family business. Some of my earliest memories include breaking down boxes, opening mail, and making paper airplanes out of my paychecks. 😉
When I graduated from college in 2007, I also graduated to a new kind of business – tech entrepreneurship. I spent almost six years in Asia working at startups before I finally decided to start my own business as a marketing consultant.
Now I’m an Army wife, mom of two kids under three, published author, and e-commerce entrepreneur. And professional coffee drinker. (That should be a thing.)
Entrepreneurship is in my blood. I love it (even when I don’t) and I’ve been doing it for as long as I can remember. The past decade of entrepreneurship has been a whirlwind, and not always the fun kind. But I’ve learned a lot – about myself, about business, and about how to thrive, not just survive.
Have I figured everything out?
But I’m loving the journey, and on this blog, I’m sharing my journey with you. I’m also sharing the tools and resources I’ve created to make my life easier, in the hope that they can enable you to thrive as an entrepreneur as well.