I’ve learned a lot over the last two years.

I’ve learned that where I thought my limits were aren’t even visible from where they actually are.

I’ve learned I can in fact keep a family alive on 2-3 hours of sleep at a time.

I’ve learned that with a little work, I can actually touch my toes.

I’ve learned that there are more hours in the day than I previously thought. There are indeed 24 full hours each day, so there’s plenty of time!

Better Beauty Vermont Beautycounter is more than beauty brand, it's a movement

With that said, I’m fired up to help you realize that as well. As we move into the new season, I’m getting out my calendar and blocking out my time. I remain steadfastly enthused about working with Beautycounter to get safer products in the hands of everyone. You can read more about why this movement is so important here and if you’re interested in finding out how you can make a difference, let’s chat!

I am also setting office hours to better serve you and your hustle. With an eye for detail, a passion for blogging and writing, and a keen desire to use social media to foster connections, let’s chat about how I can best serve you.  

Look, I’ve worked with big corporations, I’ve worked for entrepreneurs, I’ve worked for myself. I’ve seen and done what it takes to get the job done. Here’s the thing- we all need a little help.

The desire to do it all can be strong. Success comes to those who work smarter, not harder.

If you’re really good at selling or delivering your product or service and horrible at marketing, updating your social media profiles, keeping your website current and engaging or other similar tasks- you should be selling your product or service while I do the rest!

Sometimes, doing whatever it takes includes doing less to accomplish more. My mentors taught me this- spend 80% of your time taking massive action to move your business and 20% doing your must do list. Imagine what you could accomplish if I took care of that pesky 20%?


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