Launching a website is quite an endeavor.
For the past month I have been quietly working away getting this ready for its big day. This involved spending hours at coffee shops writing my heart out and filling up at least half a notebook full of ideas, plans, and content.
(It’s not really just about launching a site – it’s actually about launching a vision, a business, a creative journey.)
Then there was coming up with the branding, starting with crafting my logo, which has had 2 iterations and many tweaks. Choosing my color palette was pretty easy. I had a few colors in mind and found the perfect match on this amazing little site.
Of course I had to choose a theme. And there are a ton of options out there, but I’m on a limited budget (for now), SO I decided to go with a Bluchic theme. And I’m very happy with the results .
Part of my goal this past month was to layout my editorial calender for the next year. And that I did!
Going forward you can expect a blog post every Thursday. And if you sign up for my newsletter you can get them directly (along with The Business Bliss Resource Guide) .
As I mentioned before – launching something like this was quite the task (in a month no less), but I did it through careful planning and a commitment to execute those plans.
And your know what?
I didn’t have more than a few moments of stress. It was all smooth sailing. In fact I was completely blissed out every time I got to work on this. This might seem like a fairy tale to sell, but it is true.
No freaking out about how little time I had to do this, even with a full time day job.
No obsessing Over perfecting the design.
No writer’s block.
Even when it came down to the wire (like this past weekend and last night), whenever things went a little wonky I let go of the stress and dove into the task at hand.
It was creating at its best – in my ‘groove’. Choreographer Twyla Tharp says in her book The Creative Habit:
“When you’re in a groove you are not spinning your wheels; you’re moving forward in a straight and narrow path without pauses or hitches.” (Tweet this!)
And that’s what blisskeeping can do.
I’m going to provide you the inspiration and tools you need to organize your life, your business, and your environment to help you truly thrive as you follow YOUR bliss.
So stay tuned for LOTS more!
Have you ever experienced a moment of creative bliss, when everything flowed and you found your groove?
Or if not , what do you think hinders you from this?
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