Have you ever felt alone? I sure have. Let me tell you about it.
I felt alone at times throughout high school, in between friendship groups, trying to figure out where I belonged and whom I belonged to.
I felt alone at church. In the midst of doing, doing, doing, it seemed like community was sadly put on the back burner.
I felt alone in creating an online course – all those 5am starts and 1am bedtimes, building something around my full-time job. I loved it, but it sure got lonely sometimes.
I felt alone while creating, dreaming and planning new ideas for She is Light. While I had a fantastic network of fellow young female entrepreneurs, the people closest to me didn’t necessarily understand what I was doing.