I am an entrepreneur, writer, Zumba instructor, Crossfitter, rescue dog mom, fiancé, reader, gluten-free foodie and avid candle lighter. I'm figuring out this life stuff every day and I invite you to join me on the journey. On my blog, I'll share my own mistakes and learning moments that will hopefully inspire you to be a happier, successful, healthier leader in your life. Life is short, make it count.

Dr. Kara Fitzgerald

Dr. Kara Fitzgerald

Dr. Kara Fitzgerald Dr. Fitzgerald and I met in a fun and somewhat random way…It’s a favorite story of mine actually. Somehow, her newsletter came into my inbox. It’s quite possible that a client forwarded me her newsletter because of a piece of content they liked. I recall my VERY first impression — This content…

6 Things I Did to Sabotage My Career and How I Fixed It

6 Things I Did to Sabotage My Career and How I Fixed It

Being an entrepreneur is hard work. Being a young entrepreneur is even harder. In fact, being in any workplace as a young person can be extremely challenging when working alongside professionals older than you. A simple lack of experience can contribute to miscommunications, highlighted generational differences and barriers between collaborative projects. As a young female business owner, there are several things I realized over time that were holding me back in the workplace. I strongly believe these lessons learned apply to any gender and also to any workplace type of careerist.