I was invited recently to carry the baton for One Woman Shop’s Instagram to show “a day in the life of a female solopreneur”. Inspired by colleagues and friends who had carried the baton before me – and, inevitably, by my desire to share every passing bit of my life with people who might actually care – I was excited to participate in this simple but powerful project.
Then I realized: There’s no such thing as “a day in the life” of Dana Sitar. I don’t have a typical work day, a self-made routine, useful work- or lifestyle tips for other women trying to navigate self-employment, or even much of a business plan or goals these days.
What of value could I possibly share?
Instead of trying to manufacture some sort of routine, typical day, I decided to guide followers through a day that pretty well encompassed everything I want my life and career to be all the time. It’s got city life, writing, blogging, podcasting, coaching, studying, family, friends, tourism, chaos, and comedy.
Read the rest of my article and the greatest lesson I learned at Huffington Post >>