I’ve been running this blog for over a year, and it’s been way more work than I expected.  I’m writing twice per week and trying to offer up some type of value to those who want to transition to a freelance lifestyle.  That, along with finding or taking the right photo to go along with each post it pretty time-consuming.

 

I had been asking Steve to help me out with proofreading all the content and taking photos, but it was very unorganized and a lot of the time, rushed.  He has a full-time job and didn’t always have the time to dedicate to helping me out on the spot.

 

I think I realized that I needed help with this in order to make it great.  I want the blog to be well done and not a mess of content and images thrown together randomly.

 

About a month ago, Steve and I had a little meeting about putting together a structured process for the blog so that we could work TOGETHER in a timely manner.

 

Now, I have a process of when the blog drafts will be written, proofed, and uploaded.  How photo sessions will fit into the schedule and edited so everything gets published on time.  I even put together a style guide for fonts, colors, and photo types.

 

To be honest, this blog was meant to be a relaxed project for me to work on and share my freelance experience with the world.  The thing is, I want it to be beautiful and well thought out. It was in need of some structure in order to turn it into something I was truly proud of.

 

The blog itself is looking stronger already.  The writing is also getting better. I’m happy with the way it’s progressing since it launched last year.

 

I came to the realization that I needed to ask for help in order to take this blog to the next level.  I’m thankful to have a husband who understands and wants to help me with my passions. I’m excited to see where the blog goes from here!

 

Have you ever taken on something and realized it was more than you alone could handle?  Comment below =)

 

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” – Helen Keller

 

Thanks for Reading,