This post has been a long time coming- but I didnt realize until today (on a long car ride of course) that it was in my brain.


These last 6 months between Coronavirus, unemployment, Stimulus checks, and overall uncertainty around the globe— made noticeable some blaring red flags in my existing business.


…and that is, that I had all my eggs in one basket.


Now, let me preface that with- there is NOTHING wrong with being ”all in” for your biz. It’s your baby, and you totally should be! I absolutely LOVE my customers, hostesses, and especially my team. We’ve all forged bonds and built communities beyond what I ever could have imagined.


BUT, when the world gets uncertain- is that really enough?

The answer is Yes, and No. My tribe (you know who you are 😉 ) has remained strong thru this Pandemic- and we’ve used our pages and groups to share in our struggles and triumphs. It moved BEYOND selling products.


However, there definitely is that part where you have some who still buy, some who err on the side of caution, and those who flat out cant afford it right now. And that is all OK. Just, as a business owner- you need to plan for that, especially if you sell a non consumable product, or a product that is an “extra” like fashion, gifts, books- things people dont ”need” every day like vitamins or cooking supplies.


This led me to realize that I have all my eggs in 1 basket. I wouldnt put all my money in the same stock. That would be a bad investment strategy- so why was I doing it in my business??


I took a lot of time to reflect inward these last 6 months because I felt GUILTY for my feelings. I felt bad that I wanted to do more and be more. And that led to the realization;
was I really living up to my full potential?


I have a huge list of things Im good at- from social media knowledge, to creating communities, to helping others, to building brands, to writing funny content… my skillset goes on and on. So why was I limiting myself?


While I dont have all the answers, I want to leave you with encouragement that it is OK to feel the way you are feeling. It’s OK to want more. It’s OK to dabble in multiple things. I certainly am, and will continue to do so going forward! (So keep on the lookout for more fun things from me in the coming months 😉 )


HUGS & PRAYERS for good heath and happiness, Kels