I’m a business-owner and entrepreneur, and I look forward to weekends.


Yes, it’s true, and I’m not ashamed to say so. Here’s another shocker: I love what I do!

I know, crazy right?

I see posts all the time about everyone’s hustle and grind, and the judgement that if you aren’t doing said hustle and grind 24/7 then you must not love what you do. You’re a failure. This, to be quite frank, is bullshit.

I too have my moments where I hustle and grind, and I do work 7 days a week. It’s just less on the weekends. Here are some reasons I look forward to the weekend:

+ I don’t have to get my child to school and can sleep in.

+ I can spend more time with my husband and the aforementioned child. (I do have two children, but one is now in college and away more.)

+ Longer time at the gym.

+ Many events and festivals happen during the weekend.

+ I deal with chronic pain and the weekend provides recoup time.

The bottom line is, everyone is different and works in different ways. If a constant grind works for you, great! Keep it up! Just remember that your way is good for YOU, and that doesn’t necessarily make it the best and the only way to be successful.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I have work to do.



About The Author

I provide social media management for small businesses, with a focus on community-building. It’s about connecting with your customers on a personal level. It means listening to their wants and needs, and responding to them directly. I also have experience in podcasting, audio editing and writing. Ask me how I can make your business stand out from the rest!

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