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2020 was the year of “Rise Up”. It was the year where I learned how to stretch my wings and trust my own voice. I coached hundreds of new business owners and taught Honeybook to thousands with a new digital course. In the same year, my entire family tested positive with COVID-19 for 14 weeks and my uncle spent months in the ICU. For a stretch of time, I stress baked every single day. My house went through 60 pounds of flour and 20 pounds of sugar. (The real MVP’s are those in my pod, who unquestioningly ate everything I sent their way). I edited 3 books and saw 2 published with my name in them (the third will be published at a later date). Countless friends started their own business and countless others closed their businesses. I celebrated and mourned each and every single one. Additionally, this year, we collectively learned to “get it right” rather than “be right”. Through it all, I’m reminded that as the tides of life rise and fall, life is constant, like the waves crashing upon the shore. 

On a business note: I’m so excited to announce that I’ve been named as a HoneyBook Pro!

If you’ve been following me on Instagram, you know one of the biggest pivots I’ve made in my business was leaning into a Client Relations Management System named Honeybook. Since Day 1 of my business, Honeybook has been my “digital business partner”, and now I’m deeply honored to be named one of the few Honeybook Pros. This has been a year of unknowns and to be recognized for hard work is something I’ll never take for granted. 

As I continue helping small businesses with social media strategy, it has also become so rewarding helping people get organizedautomate their systems, and ultimately grow their business without wasting any time. Whether they find HoneyBook through me or they are brand new to HoneyBook, I grateful I am able to help them get the most out of their account and work processes as a whole.

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