I’ve been thinking about writing this post for a while, but I couldn’t settle on the title of the post.
There are lots of people out there that run their own business, plus there are a number of individuals that are starting a “side-hustle” or are already on that road.
But what about the people, like me, who work part-time, run their own business, part-time, and are hands-on-parents. Where are they? Do they exist? Or am I on a crazy train on my own?
In this post, I wanted to share the reasons behind what I do, why I do it and how I balance it all to make it work for me and my family-business-work life.
YAY!! I'm super chuffed!! Two days ago (on my birthday) I found out my freelance side hustle business - Krishna Solanki Designs - is a finalist in the Small Business category in the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2017.
So I’ve kept this to myself in the past, and I don’t know why! It’s definitely something to be proud of and shout from the rooftops….
Hooray! I’m a member of Squarespace Circle.
I’m pretty sure you are thinking...What’s Squarespace Circle? And, so what?... How’s that going to help me?!
Well my friend, hang tight as I’m going to share the details of what that means to me and TO YOU!
Now, being a self-taught designer, side hustler, freelancer, and more, this question struck a note with me. When it comes to my business I’ve always wanted to make sure I give the best impression, and so today I want to share a blog post to help all those that have also asked: “how do I make my business look more professional?”.....
Not so long ago I was merrily browsing in a Facebook group and the topic of websites caught my eye. Now, being a Digital Designer, I just had to stop and read the comments.
A small business owner was asking why she would need a website. My initial reaction was “what a crazy question!” - especially in this day and age where technology is literally at our fingertips. Then it slowly dawned on me that not every business owner sees or understands the relevance of a website.
So in today's post, I thought I would keep it short and simple and give you 5 excellent reasons why your small business definitely needs a website.