Welcome to the Business Gypsy Blog
Tales of a Traveling Mom-preneur
In the Business Gypsy Blog, you will find stories of hope & change, inspiration to help you through, tales of being a work at home mom-preneur, life as a newly single mother and more to help you on your journey as a Business Gypsy.
Inspiration comes from the journey. Guidance comes from the journey of others.
Featured Blog Post
A Letter to Ourselves
Me Somebody Everybody,
Life is not what we expected it to be. Things are a lot stranger and a bit more difficult now. When you were younger, in mind, body and soul, you think everyone who loves you will be around forever and love you forever as who you are. You want world peace and laugh at every joke, even if the joke isn’t that funny. When we were young, nothing really mattered but playing in the street and watching Saturday morning cartoons with our bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch. You never wondered if taxes and gas prices were too high or if you voted for the right person to be President.
Now that we are older, it’s weird to look back at your younger years, seeing how simple everything was back then in our lives and how different being an adult really is. You look back now and think of how things were so simple as a kid and how difficult things are as an adult. Relationships are harder, family isn’t so close anymore and friendships are few and far between. As kids, relationships were non-existent, family ties were strong and friendships were easy to make and keep. Why do things change for the worse as you get older, instead of things getting easier?
It’s like falling down the rabbit hole. You enter as a kid, wide-eyed and naïve to everything that moves around you. Everything you see, smell and touch is wondrous. Then you continue your journey, and things start to look a little freaky…a little weird. Things start to become old and bland and we no longer look at things with new eyes. Everything is not what we expected it to be and look like. We look at the world in black and white, forgetting the grey part in the middle. Everything is so cut and dry as an adult, we forget to look at the world as a rainbow of colors. Now we look at everything with a grain of salt, always questioning the real value in something beautiful. We can’t just take something at face value anymore. We have to question it….even if there is no answer.