I’m afraid that my business won’t be successful.

My fear is that my business won’t be successful and I will end up back where I started.I’ll start with a little background of how I got into accounting: my dad said I should. He suggested (wisely) that it would be a good idea if I took accounting classes in high school because it would be a… read more

I’m afraid that I’m secretly a talentless hack.

I’m afraid that I’m secretly a talentless hack…and that everyone is going to find out eventually. This is a fear that’s been with me a looooong time. Back when I was in Grade 2, everyone in my class had to make a submission for an international children’s art competition, and let me tell you, this… read more

My Craft Show Initiation

I remember making the craft show rounds as a kid. My sister and I would walk sleepy-eyed to my mom’s car each Saturday morning. Ceremoniously, we’d find our spot in line and wait for the doors to open. Then we’d race around the show, buying hand-painted holiday figurines, homemade baked goods and all sorts of… read more

I’m afraid of my dreams.

When I decided to quit my 9-5 a few months ago and dive head first into my coaching business, I knew it would be a challenge and quite possibly one of the hardest things I’d ever do, but I still didn’t expect it to feel so terrifying. Instead of curling up into a ball, hiding… read more

Studio Play Sessions: #2

I have an original drawing by Marc Johns that used to hang in my office. I say used to because one day it fell off the wall and shattered into a hundred pieces. It was pretty hardcore. As I picked tiny shards of glass out of the carpet, these intricate patterns caught my eye. They look like… read more

I’m afraid of my day job.

I wake up every morning around 6 a.m. I pick out my most inconspicuous sweater, and I put on my trusty black dress pants. I chug a coffee or two before I head out the door and hope I have remembered my lunch. At 7 a.m., I start my hour long (on a good day)… read more