Freelancer WorkWeek In Barbados {Cleaning, Rehearsals, Magazine & Music}

Growing up in The Caribbean, most of us were taught (as children) to know the ‘time and place’ to do this or that. For example, tantrums in supermarkets (or anywhere for that matter), interrupting two adults in conversation, ‘talkin’ back’ to a parent or teacher, puttin’ up your feet while wearing shoes on the sofa and eating snacks outdoors while in school uniform were definite no-nos.

Today’s behind-the-scenes and on-the-road video shares on time and pace for aspiring freelancers or creative entrepreneurs who may be feeling overwhelmed with setting the tempo of your tasks in this season.

It’s totally understandable. Business can get busy sometimes, for entrepreneurs, employees and founders. Sorting priorities and pacing activities can feel frazzling without a work schedule and rest rhythm. Last week was pudgy with things to tend to while also wading knee-deep through a challenge that came in stereo.

In this post you’ll see:

  • housecleaning moments
  • Barbados road trip views (Bridgetown and Christ Church)
  • magazine meeting at Ten Habitat
  • band rehearsals and a music event at Ilaro Court (the Prime Minister’s official residence)

 

 

The post before this shared about ‘Standing Up In Business When You’d Rather Sit Down And Catch Your Breath For A Minute,’ so between this video and that post, I hope you find some inspiration and encouragement to equip you in designing a business that makes room for your wellness.

Not every day is the same or every week set to the same bpm. Know what works well for you so you can work well with and for others.

How do you refresh and re-charge during or after a fast-paced week?

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If you're called to purposefully reset the pace and volume of your life for the better or start your own blog, there's plenty of steps, resources and inspiration here. Join writer, singer, and publishing entrepreneur Indra from Barbados - a former nature tour guide, frequent flyer, library manager and volunteer farmer of Caribbean and indigenous heritage. Subscribe to this online labour or love that's also one of the leading 'Caribbean Lifestyle Blogs & Websites to Follow in 2022' by FeedSpot. You'll find refreshing reminders, freedom songs, real life nature adventures, tropical recipes and encouragement along the way.

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