Musings: Entrepreneurship, Asking for Help, and a Giveaway

I've been blogging here for about a year and if you know anything about me, I like to go for things. I'm the oddest mix of a chronic planner and a spontaneous doer.

I started End Quote Studio right before leaving for a four month trip to Spain. While the timing seems strange, it's worked out perfectly. I have four months to play with my style, to plan, to create and to collaborate.

That's what has really been the best, actually, the collaboration. I've emailed bloggers and found people I aspire to be. It's an exciting time. And like most things in my life, there's an underlying message for me: I need help. I found an amazing creative and sister in Christ to work on my blog design. The blogging community has been more than willing to help. For example, Rebekah from All That Glitters is hosting a GIVEAWAY for a printable of your choice this week!

 In addition to my Movers series, I'm starting a Setting Up Shop series. If there's one thing I'm sure I want to be in life, it's an entrepreneur. Why not showcase people who are already rocking it? As per my usual style, the series content will be short and sweet, sometimes featuring just a quote from one of my favorite entrepreneurs.


As always, there are a million and one changes happening right now. Thanks for sticking with me.

Share the love,

Taylor


5 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great series -- can't wait to read!

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  2. Jodi Lynn ChamberlainJanuary 31, 2014 at 5:24 PM

    You make me nervous, Taylor Elyse! But I hope I can be half the entrepreneur you are some day!

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  3. Oh Jodi, I miss our talks! You're going to be the sweetest, most thoughtful entrepreneur one day.

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  4. I'm really excited about what's in the works!

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  5. Jodi Lynn ChamberlainFebruary 5, 2014 at 10:23 AM

    Aw, Taylor, that means so much! I hope we'll be able to merge our efforts at some point ;)

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Thanks for making my day a little brighter with your lovely words!