What’s it like to lose a parent, and be self-employed?

About a year and a half after I lost my dad to cancer, and I find myself in a really good place in a lot of ways. I’m working in a field I love, I’m doing what I believe in, I’m campaigning for social change, and I’m really happy in a lot of ways.

But the fact is, grief sucks.

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Money Money Money: Is it possible to make money, when your parents got a divorce?

In this video as part of my Money Money Money series, I ask the question: Is it possible to make money, when your parents got a divorce?

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Money Money Money: Is it possible to make money, when you’re creative?

As part of my Money Money Money series, I have created a short video, exploring the question: Is it possible to make money when you’re creative?

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Money Money Money: 2 things that crossed my mind when I went self-employed. 1.) Will I ever make the money that I expect to? And 2.) Do I actually deserve the money that I expect?

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It’s interesting writing about the personal blocks some may have to making money as an entrepreneur in my ‘Money Money Money’ series, as I think we all have things that we are working through (even holistic healers need therapists). It’s also interesting, talking about the personal barriers to making money, when obviously, I still have some! I’m a ‘new kid on the block’ in many ways, having only been self-employed for over a year, and I think every time you do something new (in my case, a huge career change from a typical 9-5 to full-time entrepreneur) it’s natural to bring up certain things, with certain decision making that we may have never had to make before.

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