01. Introduce Yourself
I run a resource blog for female entrepreneurs that helps ladies learn how to start, grow and scale their own online businesses.
02. What’s your background?
My background was in the wedding industry. I sold everything from gowns to venues to photo and video and much more! If you had to sell anything wedding related, I was your girl!
03. How did you start your business?
At the time I was close to broke but decided to use the last bit of my savings to invest in a blog domain.
04. What inspired you as a creative woman?
When I was younger, I used my creativity to fuel my desire for fashion. My family was very frugal and I always got hand-me-downs, so I learned how to sew and crochet and made my own designs! In college I studied art and majored in ceramics and was able to express myself through sculpture and clay. Now I get to express myself via my blog and technology!
05. What was your first job ever? Any funny or memorable stories?
I got my first official job at my college’s bookstore! Lots of people have since told me that it was because of my welcoming nature that they decided to attend the college! I worked there all four years and absolutely LOVED it!
06. If you won a lottery today, will you still continue to build your business?
1000%. I would invest everything into my business and scale it like I can only dream of doing right now
07. Walk us through your day at ladybossblogger.
Wake up. Coffee. Talk to my interns at 9am and delegate tasks. Work on my own tasks. Watch Netflix with the hubby. Pass out. Do it all over again.
08.What has been the highlight of your career thus far?
Being featured on the Huffington Post. Ariana Huffington is someone I adore and being featured on her platform was an honor! Media is a powerful weapon and she has learned how to wield it to benefit us all.
09. Where or what do you think you will be/do in the next 5 years?
I hope to have a team of full time bloggers running my publication with me and I will be a speaker at events teaching other people how to blog for money.
10. Share a quote/advice that you’d like to tell the 25-year-old you
The best is yet to come.