My white gaze undeniably determines what I do and don't stock. It's time to change this.
Creating and supporting healthy, diverse, nourishing conditions for my business to grow in.
Literally, we are having our ‘selves’ sold back to us.
Nothing so scary or vulnerable as taking hold of my own life, its minutes, its days, and forging my own path.
Loving my work and getting properly paid is the only way I know to run a sustainable business.
I say it with a smile but I do not say it lightly.
Part to-do list, part manifesto.
It’s an intangible currency that exists within communities and/or relationships, and thus an economy in itself. To a solopreneur establishing a platform, it is a source of power.
It is a feeling/knowing: I have enough. There is enough. I am enough. Can we apply this to business?
What feels best to me is grounding my business in my personal values. The experiment is about the relationship between my values and my work.
Beginning to grapple with concepts of anticapitalist, feminist business.
Last week was all about ‘productivity’. Or rather, alternative ways of thinking about getting stuff done. (Because the word ‘productivity’ makes me want to throw things, and at the same time – it’s good to get stuff done, right?) I shared a few ideas about getting stuff done on Little Red Tarot, published an interview with Emilie …