New content: #thejourney expands from my creative business to yours!

After last week’s update on #thejourney, I spent some time thinking about where this blog is going in the future. In the last couple of months, it’s been a catch-all for topics that are flying through my head, and I wasn’t happy with that anymore.

I’m still going to share my journey from being COO to starting my own business, but I want to include content especially for creative entrepreneurs like me. People who are more hummingbirds than single-passionate, who have started their own personal journey and who are building a small business to last, not to sell.

The premise of every single blog post will still be a personal story - I’m learning how to set up a creative business, and I want to help you be more successful in yours by sharing what I learn along the way. 

I’ll be writing in three main categories: The ToolboxInspiration and Behind The Scenes.

The Toolbox: Everything about the non-creative part of your business. The business registration, trade license, setting up a website, pricing, how to land your first clients, branding, how to stay productive part. I will share my tips and tricks on how I run my business, how I structure my day to be productive and provide you with tools to tackle this - let’s face it - least fun part of the journey. 

Sneak peek into my tools of the trade - old school meets tech nerd.

Sneak peek into my tools of the trade - old school meets tech nerd.

Inspiration: FUN! Play time! What you can do to stay inspired - especially when a big part of your job is to make you stay inspired. I’mgoing to share insights into what I read, create, and learn here as well as share tips on what to do when you’re stuck and not feeling very creative. 

The Tate Modern in London - love museums for inspiration! 

The Tate Modern in London - love museums for inspiration! 

Behind The Scenes: This is the part where I’m sharing the ups and downs of #thejourney, the progress of my business, updates on personal projects and highlights of client work. I’d also love to get other creative entrepreneurs on this platform to share their thoughts and processes! (If you’re interested in being featured, shoot me a message!) 

And ... chocolate. Btw, this is the brownie at Kaffeebar Oslo for all Berliners - SO GOOD!

And ... chocolate. Btw, this is the brownie at Kaffeebar Oslo for all Berliners - SO GOOD!

I hope you’ll like the new content - I promise, you’ll still get full insights into my journey (if this is what got you interested in my blog in the first place), and I think the new topics will be an excellent addition to what I’ve been writing about until now. 


P.S.: If you’re new to the blog, welcome! Here’s a glimpse into the archives - my favorite blog posts to date: