Breaking through comfort zones, pursuing passions & surprisingly deep thoughts on ice cream – Q&A Episode
Happy 30 episodes! Every tenth episode is a Q&A show and this time we did things a little differently. I asked for anyone to send in their questions and got some amazing ones! Thank you.
My sister was on island for the weekend so I roped her into recording with me. My sister Nellie asked the questions and rather than just a simple Q&A this turned into more of a conversation which I loved. Obviously I am biased because my sister and I are best friends, but I think this episode was really special and so much fun.
I loved that the questions were deep and not black and white answers. Again, take my advice, like all advice, with a grain of salt because we’re different people. If you like something, use it. If you don’t, no worries babe!
We Talked About
- The most unexpected highs and lows of working for yourself
- How to balance and manage your time on social media, especially as a blogger
- What my college experience was like and my advice for college students
- How to make likeminded friends after college
- How to navigate the corporate mentality that working longer = working harder
- How to embrace being single
- Turning a passion into a career
- Eating intuitively on a budget
- Getting over the fear of failure when starting something new
- My photo shooting and editing process
- Getting out of your comfort zone
- & my deep thoughts on ice cream
This Show is Perfect for:
- This episode hits on tons of different topics. I think it’s especially relevant for young 20-somethings who are navigating college and post college working world
- We also talk a lot about starting new projects and facing fears – if that’s been on your mind a lot, you’ll love this episode
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