“Everybody has something that will find them joy.”
In Part 2 of my interview with Stephanie from Quarter Life Epiphany, we talk about her business as a Freelance Writer and Social Media Consultant and how becoming more of a minimalist has helped her finances and work life.
“I realize the less things I buy, the less money I have but, also, the less that I need to work.”
We also talk about an organization that helps match her with non-profits looking for writers to create sponsored content and how she gets sponsored hotel stays … all without being called a sell-out.
Other topics include what she found “demoralizing” in the beginning stages of her online career, what travel really means to her, and her advice for those looking to make a change in their own life.
“To be honest, I’d never heard of Myanmar in my life […] and yet I was there experiencing such a beautiful, wonderful, mysterious, spiritual, amazing place and these amazingly kind people.”
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→ Upwork (Formerly Elance)
You can find Stephanie at MyQuarterLifeEpiphany.com.
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