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So You Want To Be A Corporate Drop Out?

So You Want To Be A Corporate Drop Out?

When I started house sitting for neighbors, I would make homemade dog treats to include as an add-on package to my $5 a day home care charge, which eventually became a homemade dog treat business that was able to carry me through 3rd grade with a couple hundred bucks in my savings account.  

The Sisterhood of We

Sisterhood - a word that I associate with magical blue jeans that fit multiple shaped teenage girls (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, go read the book). For others, it may mean their sorority, their actual sisters, or their best friends from high school. The word can stir up emotions of pride in our identity and for others, it can stir up jealousy, betrayal, anxiety or feeling ‘left-out’ by a group we’ve longed to be a part of.

So I Quit My Job

Growing up, I always wanted to run my own business, from selling homemade dog treats when I was 8, to running the pool concession stand in the summer, to launching my solo career as a singer/songwriter in high school, I was always itching to do my own thing. After college and two years in the corporate-world, I knew it was time to take the big step and focus full-time on my company, Weddings By Weaver.