One of the very first events I hosted was in 2016 called "Cowgirl Spirit Camp" and I have many wonderful memories from that Labor Day Weekend.
But one of my fondest memories was of one of the participants - April.
Since that weekend, April and I have stayed in contact through social media, and it has been such a pleasure to watch her journey unfold!
Check out a blog she wrote all about her process of going from a 9 to 5 job she didn't love to starting her own business! (All while her and her husband moved to Germany!)
Investing in herself in a life coaching retreat- in her own words- was the catalyst she needed to make the changes she knew deep down she was ready for.
April is such a go-getter and wonderful spirit! I look forward to working with her more in the future! And if you are in need of a virtual assistant, I would HIGHLY recommend reaching out to April.
Here's a snippet of what she wrote and how she took the leap from doing what she should to doing what felt right for her.
Cowgirl Spirit Camp Was Just What I Needed
When it came to doing some individual work with the horse, everything that had been on my shoulders was just released. I had a very emotional release of so much pressure. I finally recognized that I had been through so much and I didn’t really sit back to take it all in.
At Cowgirl Spirit Camp, I finally recognized the emotional roller coaster I had been through and that I should do what makes me happy.
After graduating college I felt this pressure to have a well-paying job to pay for my horse hobby. However, after the Cowgirl Spirit Camp, I realized doing what makes me happy would be way more enjoyable than being miserable behind a corporate desk.
After doing some traveling in Germany, my husband and I found out we were expecting our daughter. Then he deployed again and I thought what better time to start a business.
Needless to say, I don’t think I would be in this position if I hadn’t gone to that Cowgirl Spirit Camp. I am so happy I invested in myself.
“Believing and investing in yourself is the best way to shift your thinking from a paradigm of excuses to one of the solutions.”
Click the link below to keep reading April's story on her business blog: