Reset September (2020)

Reset the Year

To say that 2020 has been off the rails, is an underestimate. We’ve been off course — at least, here in the States — since January. And our country has never been more blatantly divided in socio-economic relations, since… well… that’s debateable.  And I’m sick and tired of carrying on in arguments explaining my point of view with people who obviously don’t see the world the way I do, but can’t even agree to disagree.

I’m done. I’m sooo done. With the conversation, at least. You either believe we need to fix the broken elements in our country or you don’t. And that’s fine whichever side of the fence you fall on. You’re entitled to your opinion as so am I. What’s not fine? Our money, our jobs, our economy…our hustles.

I am BLESSED that I was able to keep my job after the shut down for California/ Los Angeles. Kept my full salary, my full benefits but the only thing’s that changed is my location. Home. I’m now working from home. And I LOVE it. Wouldn’t trade it for nothing in the world. But… it means other people aren’t working because they’ve lost their jobs, their gigs, their clients, their income source. My happy times are someone else’s worries and stress times.

Maybe you didn’t lose your job, but could be in trouble of being one of those people. Maybe your salary has been reduced. Maybe the clients aren’t flowing in the same frequency. Maybe… we need to reset the year and take back our piece of ownership. Our piece that we were so meticulously carving out for ourselves. F*ck the pandemic. We need to get our lives back on track even while we’re under quarantine. We need to plan ourselves out of the global economic disaster and come out on top.

Anyone game to reset with me?

{Photo credit: not mine}

A Little Behind…

So, I’m a little behind on my posts. I thought I was going to be able to push out content while in New York for my new job (yay!), but apparently not. And the three hour time difference didn’t help. Not did my need for sleep.

So as I get Female, Single + Hustlin’ back on track, please bear with me. I’m an a new role in a completely new industry with new demands. Although, I can admit I am still in the honeymoon stage of my new work, it beats my old job 10 times over. And that alone will make work hard… for someone else. Novel, right?

So happy Monday, happy March and let’s get this rolling!