As I look to the new year, I don’t know what’s next for Wandering. As much as I love having a creative outlet, I wonder if the time I spend on this little project is worth it. Yet, I can’t imagine not having a project to work on. I love seeing my business grow; I love having a reason to keep making creative work.
In my Small Business Goals for 2016, I resolved to find a more cost-effective way to make cards that still retained their handmade look. Well, after a little trial and error, I’ve found a solution.
Now that I’ve gotten started, it’s time to start asking tough questions about what’s worked and what hasn’t, what’s cost effective and what isn’t, and, since this is a side project, I have the luxury of asking myself what gives me joy and what doesn’t…
I’ve learned a lot in my first month of starting an online business. Here’s what worked and what didn’t.
Launching a creative shop can be scary. Blogging today about diving in and taking chances. I hope you’ll join me for the ride!