I'm feeling overwhelmed lovelies.
Last Update: Aug 10, 2018
Hope all is well your end and that your progress with WA is going towards the right direction. I just wanted to share with you how I am feeling these days as I have officially been here one month and I think it's time for some self-reflection.
In this month, I have achieved level 3 of the WA training where it's all about starting to monetize my passion and hopefully see some ££ in return to my hard work!
My website is up and running and I truly believe that I have got something special and that my niche is quite an unique one. I also feel that I can talk open and widely about it, which is an advantage in the online world. So far, I have created 4 posts and started to have a real play with the site though have not been able to move things around and make it what I want the site to look like - this leads me on to the following statement:
Sometimes, I struggle to find spare free time between my 9 to 5 work, my girlfriend, my social life, sports, etc. How do you guys do it? Can anyone relate to this or am I the only one that is moaning about it! I need that time to dedicate it to my online project for christ sake!
I am, as of lately, understimating myself too. This is purely due to the fact that I am not a native english speaker, even though I have been living in UK 7 years now and everyone I talk with tells me that I am perfectly bilingual and that I speak fluent english. What's wrong with me??
I just wanted to reach out to all of you and see how everyone else is doing and how you lot are dealing with daily life pressure and obligations.
Much love to all of you and happy online living!
All the best from Jose
Self-doubt is normal, but you need to learn to ignore it. You're doing great, so don't stop now.
For balance, it's always a struggle, especially when you're putting in time with something new. I highly suggest scheduling and eliminating non-necessary stuff. For example, skip TV and work instead. Plan everything you're going to do ahead of time so you can actually sit down and work when you have the chance.
Remember this is not a race to earn big bucks, more a case of building out a really good blog, in your niche with your experiences on it, which when shared will open the doors to other oportunities as well as showcasing WA
Which as it happens is THE best online business, because its yours!
Respect, thanks Dave. Have been thinking a lot about it and am just gonna give myself some time to put my ideas on perspective and plan ahead more efficiently.
Thanks for taking your time and replying to me, much appreciated.
Thank you for your kind words Ashley! yeah you are absolutely right. Eventually, all I know is that hard work pays off!!
I understand exactly how, you're feeling. And I was a little disheartened the other day. I'm a full time student, doing her internship and working summer jobs which is a 8-5 and I go to the gym afterwards, It is a little overwhelming to find time to write my articles, but I just remember that there will be a day when I won't have to work a 8-5 or go to school or even get out of bed if I don't want to, my website will do almost all the work for me.
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I understand fully what you mean.
I too am working full time and try to juggle my online business as well as get some social time in (as it is important).
However, it does become easier once you get into a rhythm. At first, it was quite overwhelming which is why I struggled to achieve anything for about a year.
Now, I'm more focused and have set goals which I work towards.
I also work during my lunch break at work and try to finish up when I get home.
It's not easy but when you know your 'why', you will do anything to accomplish your goals.
All the best. Just take it one step at a time.