What I learned from my own judgment

Are you an Entrepreneur, or what I call a Soulpreneur, and sometimes feel alone in your family or your circle with the disconnect many people have with “what it is that you ‘actually do’? I am going to be honest here, I got upset one day a few weeks ago. I will admit that there are times where I get frustrated and I know that it’s a soft spot for me where God is working on me. 

I’m just going to say it……some people think that just because I don’t leave to an office because my office/studio is in my home for the time being, that I don’t have ‘a real job’. They may not say it, but it’s those non-verbal cues and messages that say it. We’ve seen this big shift in our world with many people becoming their own boss and starting businesses from home over the past decade. It’s a beautiful thing, and it helps on so many levels, yet as with anything, there are pros and cons to it.

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Work from home Blues

By Sherri Elliott

I woke up this morning sat on the edge of the bed…

Stroll to the mirror like the walking dead……

Got in the shower for about an hour……

Still felt like I had no power…..

I brushed my teeth……

Put clothes on my back and socks on my feet….

Starting the day with no clue

I got the mmmmmm stay home blues…….

Yes, it is true I think I got the work from home blues. Please, don’t look at this strange, because a lot of people would love to be in my shoes. I think these magic phrases have been placed in our lives “Work from Home”, “Working remotely” which have made us instantly excited without thinking about what happens when we work from home. I am ecstatic about saving on gas money and working in my sweats, but I’m feeling like I am disconnecting from the real world, just a little bit. Continue reading “Work from home Blues”

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