A phone dating

16-Jul-2016 05:42 by 2 Comments

A phone dating

I know it’s weird and maybe even a little bit “uncool” for those in my age group who prefer texting and snapping (both of which I definitely enjoy), but I LOVE talking on the phone.

I partnered up with the fabulous Chrystina Noel and we spent the afternoon running around the city taking pictures.She already sent me a contact sheet with more than 200 photos, so now I need to narrow that down to around 50 for her to edit and touch up. I wasn’t feeling my best that day and didn’t really feel like getting dolled up, but I’m so glad I did.Chrystina picked two awesome photo locations: Front Street Cafe in Fishtown and Race Street Pier. (But here’s a sneak preview of one of my favorites) If we were chatting on the phone…we’d definitely talk about my business.I’m in my fourth month of solopreneurship and loving it!I’d tell you about how the other day I looked up from my computer at 7 p.m. Of course, not every day is easy, but those moments far outshine the difficult ones.at Corner Bakery Cafe and just had this moment of, “Wait, is this really my life? Sometimes I have to pinch myself that this is actually my life and I really get to do this. If we were chatting on the phone…I’d tell you how relieved I feel to have finally launched Personal Branding Bootcamp and my personal branding checklist.

I’m so happy with how the designed checklist came out- my designer Brigette Indelicato did an amazing job, as usual!

I’d tell you that the launch was a bit quieter than I had hoped, but I know this is the type of product/service that people need time to think about.

I’m hoping that sending out the checklist to my email community is getting people thinking more about personal branding and that down the line, they’ll want to step up their game and reach out to me for a session.

If we were chatting on the phone…I’d tell you about how I’m excited for my first summer as a solopreneur!

I’m planning to revamp my daily schedule to wake up a little earlier in the morning during the summer months to get the bulk of my work done before noon or 1 p.m.

each day to keep my afternoons free for adventures.