Freelancer WorkDay in Barbados – Limegrove, Radio Station Visit and Media Event {Video}

There are days as a creative freelancer when it’s all about quiet steps, and there are days like these that are full of on-the-road activities.

Whatever the tempo of your business, pace yourself.

Sometimes it’s a marathon and other days short sprints with breaths and rest in between. Know what works for you and how best you serve others in this season.

In this video {8:12}, I share a cafe stop, media event moment, radio station visit, and the go-to blog I recommend to anyone ready to launch or upgrade their blog.

 

 

The design of your business may be completely different from another creative entrepreneur’s, and that’s totally alright.  It isn’t a competition; it’s about finding the formula and setting a rhythm and having the attitude that propels your business forward, serves your clients and customers well and aligns with your wellness while you’re at it.

 

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Indra is a blogger, singer/songwriter and publishing entrepreneur from Barbados who started a blog that now reaches 80 destinations. Joyful Life|Creative Career shares content management steps, refreshment reminders, and career interviews. After pressing pause on a life of travel (30 places), she started working (mostly) from home and now shares steps for others who are ready to reset the pace of their life for the better. As a teen, she almost gave up on life. Now as a woman saved by grace, she lives joyfully with purpose, encouraging the overwhelmed, helping clients get digitally organized and recording from her home studio. Follow 'Joy within' blog for firsthand updates on new posts, guest features and tropical vlogs.

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