It’s hard to believe that I started working for Tiny Prints two years ago.
Two years is a long time. And yet it went so fast.
Two years ago I had a preschooler and a toddler. Today I have two big girls who reason, make jokes, have smart conversations with me, play games, invent stuff, and just are so… big.
Two years ago I had little to no faith in my abilities as a social media marketer or writer. Today I’m feeling pretty good about what I know and what I want to do.
This morning I started going through my various online bios and “about me” pages. I thought I’d just have to update my work info, but it turns out that so much more than just that has changed in the last two years.
As it turns out, two years is a long time and as I read those bios and about me pages I feel like a different person wrote them. We’ve been through so much as a family and I’ve been through so much growth as a person, a blogger, a writer, a wife, and a mom.
I looked hard at my bios and thought about what to say, how to sum up all this change, how to portray myself accurately. And then I realized that the changes might feel momentous to me, to the rest of the world I’m still just me, only I happen to work at home again instead of in an office.
I’m still just a California Writer mama looking for balance between work and family.