You’ve probably noticed the changes to my blog. It looks more like a website now but no fear! I am writing more than ever. It just may not all be for Lilyotron.
Since leaving my startup, and becoming a mother, I’ve been pondering about what I want to do next. I love being a mom but can’t turn off my thinking cap. I have too much knowledge accumulated over the years to toss it all away. I learned too much building a VR startup. I have overflowing ambition to keep my name out there. Doing that though while being a kick-ass mom at the same time is no easy thing.
Then it hit me, you’re a writer Lily! I always enjoyed writing in school and continued to write professionally. I published a white paper and blog posts at Atos (back up your work people! I can’t seem to find those links anymore). I wrote blog posts for Doghead along with social media content. I also wrote the original website copy for Dogheadsimulations.com and rumii.net. I even was a contract social media writer for Mixbloom.
So, why not bring my writing skills to the forefront? Lilyotron is now open for business. If you or someone you know needs a professional who is a perfect mix of an analytical thinker and creative problem solver, send them my way.
- The home page now lists my business consulting and freelance writing services.
- Added a Contact Me page.
- Updated the blog side bar text and widgets. It now includes a “buy me a coffee” button which is a fun way to say “thanks” to your favorite bloggers.
- Updated the website footer to include site pages, subscription box, and search bar.
Starting a second career isn’t as simple as I thought but it’s also not as impossible as I thought either.
Here are my goals:
- Monetize Lilyotron
- Bring The South in 360 back to life with updated 360 photos
- Publish 3 sponsored posts by the end of 2018
Do you think I can do it? Let me know by “buying me a coffee” with this link.
Thanks for your support as I start this new phase in my life.
Big shout out to my friend, Marysa, at Stevens Signature Marketing for encouraging me to take the leap.