How to Become the Architect of Your Own Content Creation Destiny — Especially If You’re New or Burnt Out!

This is more than just “hydration & movement.”

Self-care is boring. It’s adulting. It’s exercise, play, massages, dental care, balancing your finances, and holding boundaries.


You may receive help along the way, but the hardest parts of the walk are dark & lonely. Also, No one owes you a damn thing.

You’re probably going to learn a bunch of stuff the hard way.

When it gets hard, you’ll need to do a few things:

• Accept it

• Take a deep breath

• Have a friend who listens to you vent

• Have a toolbox of coping skills that aren’t drugs & booze

When you get good at this? You don’t vent anymore. You just pick up & keep going.

About that toolkit — you’ll need different tools for different issues.

Mine looks different from yours, no doubt. But here it is:

• Yoga

• Meditation

• Therapy

• Pampering


• Massage

• Reiki

This is how I’ve been sober since 7/1/13. No AA, No B.S.

Don’t make excuses.

For yourself -AND- others. Don’t accept excuses, either.

Your boundaries have to be bigger and stronger than people who work 40-hour weeks for biweekly paychecks and retirement funds.

• Don’t let your friends + family call you all day.

• Don’t answer the group text.

• Have solid working hours & protect them with your life.

Wasting the day dicking around on your phone is what corporate cubicle workers do.

That’s not what solopreneurs do! STAHP that.

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Heather Larson

Heather Larson

Hi 👋 I’m Heather Larson! I’m data-driven content writer coming from traditional media. I’m a veteran broadcaster, radio personality, and journalist.