Moving On

Change  |  The Fresh Exchange

image from our trip to Italy, type hand done by me

So you all remember me posting the big announcements last week about launching a new company with Mike and taking the blog to new levels, yeah? It was all super exciting stuff, but the thing with starting something new is that sometimes you have to say goodbye to something else.

This month I made the decision that it was time to move on from Blog Brunch. No goodbye is easy so I am going to make this short and to the point. As many of you all know I began Blog Brunch along with Katie and Amy just over a year ago. Blog Brunch has been a major pivot in my career as a blogger and has opened so many doors. I couldn’t be more thankful for the time I have had to participate and be apart of the launching of this amazing community, but with all these new shifts in my business I have felt I could not devote the time I needed, as well as be a good business owner, blogger, and everything else. So it felt like the right time to step down and move forward with this new chapter of my career.

These decisions are never easy and this one in particular was not.

I feel lucky to have been apart of what Blog Brunch has done for so many of you! I feel lucky to have been able to learn and grow as a blogger because of my time being apart of Blog Brunch. The friendships I have made through this experience have meant so much. These are the reasons why the blogging community is amazing. So thank you for being supportive of everything Blog Brunch does and I hope you hope you join me in continuing to follow along with Blog Brunch. It will continue to be the Blog Brunch you all love so much!

Cheers to new beginnings!


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  1. Blog Brunch has been such an important aspect of me growing my blog. I’m so thrilled that you all created this community and that I found it (through the wonderful Colleen over at Inspired to Share).

    Good luck with future endeavors!

  2. I just read this from Leo Babatua of Zen Habits “Learn to be good at change. Change is the one constant in life. You will suffer by trying to hold onto things. Learn to let go (meditation helps with this skill), and learn to have a flexible mind. Don’t get stuck in what you’re comfortable with, don’t shut out what’s new and uncomfortable.”