Why I only work a 4 day week

Dear 25 year old me,

You don’t work five days week anymore, in fact, you haven’t done so for several years. Before you either a) give me a high five for “making it” or b) shake your head in shame thinking that future you is a slacker, hear my story first and tell me if you’d do it another way. Keep reading this…

Putting a price tag on…you.

Dear 25 year old me,

Today we’re thinking about value. Putting a price on you and what you can offer is tough.

You know that you – and in the same analogy, your business – have a great deal to offer. How though, does one put a fair price tag on this? Are your expectations too high? Or is what you’re settling on too low? Keep reading this…

Why web design is just like netball

Dear 25 year old me,

I think back to you at the dear age of 25 and remember that you’re only just starting to play netball. Spoiler alert: you get obsessed with this sport, but for very good reasons!

Funny story – it turns out that your two favourite things in the world, web design and netball, have a lot in common.

It all starts with teamwork. Keep reading this…

Burn bright but don’t burn out

Dear 25 year old me,

I’m writing this post from the lovely Busselton, Western Australia, on a one week break.

The process to prep everything so that work was ready for my departure was so intense, honestly, at the time it almost never feels worth taking a holiday at all. I feel like this just before taking any break away from work. It’s an absolute mission. Keep reading this…

Time can grow on trees (part one)

Dear 25 year old me,

Time becomes a rare commodity in your life. Today, it’s your most valuable asset, so instead of the common fantasy of money growing on trees, it’s really those lush, leafy green, time producing trees that hold the best fruit.

The sooner you discover how to ‘create’ more time, the sooner you’ll be enjoying the fruits of your labour.

Keep reading this…

Social media – she’s alright.

Dear 25 year old me,

I know that you wanted to resist joining as much as possible because it seemed like *everyone* was doing it and you’re certainly not one to follow a fad. Turns out though, it’s going to be a platform that you end up gaining a lot from.

Don’t be cautious like me and instead hop onto them as soon as you discover them. Keep reading this…

Done is definitely better than perfect

Dear 25 year old me,

There are many lessons that you’re going to learn over these next epic years of your life, but one that you’re going to struggle understanding is that ‘done, is better than perfect’.

You see, I know that your perfectionist self is currently thinking, “Well that’s a cop out, why do anything at all if you’re not going to give it 100%?”. Keep reading this…