Owning a home business is the American dream. Imagine waking up in the morning, pouring coffee, and walking right into your office.
In a past life, I worked for a tech startup. I’ll never forget waiting on pins and needles while our fearless CEO met with prominent investors and big-name venture capital firms.
Being a professional makeup artist should be as simple as finding people who want to hire you for your makeup services, right?
There’s a lot to love about working as a makeup artist: meeting new people, the constant variety from one day to the next, and sharing your expertise with clients.
You definitely have an incredible talent with makeup. From contouring to coloring and everything in between, there’s no face you can’t transform with your brushes and palettes.
I just walked into the nursery to peek at my 5-month-old sleeping in his crib. I can’t believe that just a few months ago, my son arrived and life forever changed.
“Copywriting…what’s that? Is that legal work?” Sure, it’s just “small talk,” but my stomach has flipped.
When’s the last time you felt stuck on a project? No matter how much you love your job, it’s normal to have periods of apathy.
I’ll never forget the first payment I received for a writing job. I opened the mailbox and saw a sizeable check — just enough to purchase a new computer.
It had been two weeks, and I hadn’t left the house. The good news? I got a ton of work done.
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