16- Could you name a woman who’s inspired you the most?
There are so many inspirational women that I’ve learned from, but there are two that I would like to mention here.
My mom: While my dad was extremely busy working his corporate job, my mom organized and handled all our moves (there were many) to different countries, where she didn’t speak the language or know anyone while raising two kids. She taught me to embrace change and never be afraid of it, a very valuable lesson when you want to start your own business.
My mother-in-law: She was raised in a very conservative and traditional upbringing, but wasn’t afraid to follow her intuition from a young age. It was expected of her to stay home and take care of the household/family, but she went to law school instead. She became a highly-respected professional in a heavily dominated male environment while raising three kids, running her household, and leading a happy and loving marriage. She has taught me to believe in myself, not to keep myself small, and that life isn’t there to live up to other people’s expectations. And one more thing – running a successful business AND being a mom, it’s totally doable.
17- How do you balance work and life?
To be honest, this is a hard one for me. Because I truly love what I do, it often doesn’t actually feel like work. So it’s hard to pull back. I have it very present not to overwork myself, but I’m still in the process of finding my balance.
18- How do you unplug from work?
Going for walks, hanging out with my family, spending time in nature, traveling, reading, taking naps, exercising, chatting with a close friend. And turning off my phone.
19- What do you have planned for the next six months?
I want to increase my visibility with SEO, focus more on Instagram and Pinterest, and add a blog to my website.
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