Today’s Gratitude List Includes:

Daydreaming about future travel

Laughing at old yearbook photos and notes

Visits from hummingbirds

Pearlized paper

Enneagram personality tests

One Month Being Social Media-Free

It’s been a little over 1 month (actually almost 2 months from recording this video) since I’ve left social media both personally and as a business. Are you curious about how things have been since? Watch the video below!

The Findings (Personally): I was nervous that leaving social media might result in a feeling of loneliness and deafening silence. It has been completely different.

-I feel more connected during conversations with friends and family because I’m not distracted

The Findings (Professionally): Business has improved!

-There is more time to actually “do deep work”, instead of creating, cranking, networking via content

-Contact is streamlined (email, call or text are the only ways to reach me)

-More bookings; because I don’t use social media anymore, word of mouth has increased and is the most credible marketing source

-Caliber of customers and clients have been curated; this audience also wants truth, peace, privacy, quality, connection, self-discovery and experience.

Please feel welcome to forward this email to spread this news!

**I hope sharing my experience of being social media-free doesn’t translate as projecting criticism to those who do or continue to use social media. This is my own experience as a 1 person business.

Thank you to everyone who has marketed by business through word of mouth and referrals. It is because of people like you I get to have my dream career in Paducah, KY!


Today’s Gratitude List Includes:

Masculine-scented candles

$6 rose bouquets

1 month mark of being social media free

The excitement of redecorating a living space


Today’s Gratitude List Includes:

Friendly flower visits from hummingbirds

A new chapter

Acoustic versions of songs

Aesthetic cat litter boxes that look like potted plants

Freshly windexed windows


Today’s Gratitude List Includes:

Unlearning negative self talk

Dad’s Advice: “You can solve a lot of problems while running”

Nights of uninterrupted sleep

Goals established to hold myself accountable to

Heart-shaped ice cubes to make drinking water a little more festive


Today’s Gratitude List Includes:

Tiny string lights that “slow flicker” like fireflies

Satisfactory sounds of vintage compacts securely closing

Feathery pink clouds in a pale blue sky

Alarm clocks via puppy dog licks

Two tickets for The Minimalists “Love People, Use Things” Nashville tour stop