“Define success on your own terms, achieve it by your own rules, and build a life you’re proud to live.”
– Anne Sweeney
– Anne Sweeney
I’m an ambitious INFJ entrepreneur, multi-passionate blogger, avid dream chaser and woman supporter.
I am a firm believer that achieving a work-life balance is entirely possible and should be pursued. That’s why I’m sharing with you my journey and am dedicated to helping you do the same!
I grew up in a small town in the middle of Kansas, population 2,200. I’ve always been the “good kid.” I got straight A’s, followed the rules, and did what I was supposed to do. And I liked it that way. …until I didn’t.
I was itching for a change, and I was ready to experience more of the world. In a span of 2 months I had completely uprooted my life, which was not the usual for me. I finished college and earned a B.A. in Psychology while working full time to barely make ends meet.
This lead to me doing the only thing my millennial mind knew to do – I googled “How to make money online”
That was back in April 2017. My multi-passionate self-has already taken me on such a journey which has allowed me to explore a wide variety of entrepreneurial ventures. From drop shipping and building a Shopify store to affiliate marketing, blogging, and social media marketing, I’ve experimented with it all.
I am not claiming to be an expert. And yea, I didn’t go to college for this but in today’s world, that’s okay! If there’s one thing I’ve learned through my experience thus far it is this:
I’m here to share with you what I’ve learned from my journey and mistakes thus far, in the hopes that you’ll join me in creating your dream life as well!
But this is not a journey made up of joys and successes. Nope. I will be sharing the good, the bad, and the ugly. I’m sharing it all.
Ain’t no fluff around here.
“I am no longer cursed by poverty because I took possession of my own mind, and that mind has yielded me every material thing I want, and much more than I need. But this power of the mind is a universal one, available to the humblest person as it is to the greatest.”
~ Andrew Carnegie