On May 27th, 2022 I had my last day of work for Team Bonnie Christine! It’s the end of an era. A defining moment, a new milestone, the start of something new (cue high school musical! ) It always feels weird to close one chapter and open up another. I’ve had a roller coaster of emotions but mostly I’m feeling excited at the possibilities of what’s coming next.
I never planned to work for someone else. I’m an entrepreneur through and through, but when I had the opportunity to work for Bonnie, I decided it was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up. Carpe diem!
So I put my own business on the back-burner and I’ve been working on growing Bonnie’s business for the last 2 ½ years. I’ve learned more than I could have imagined and it was an education that I truly believe I couldn’t have received in any other way.
If you want to hear all the juicy details and the story behind why I started working for Bonnie, you can watch the video below. It was my final goodbye to Bonnie’s Flourish community and it was an emotion-filled day.
So what have I learned over the past 2 ½ years working for Bonnie? Here are my biggest takeaways… the good, the bad, and the ugly.
With the close of a chapter, I’m thrilled to be going full force into Tessie Fay Design! I’ll be fixing up my home, and helping YOU create spaces you love! I’m honestly giddy about this next chapter and I can’t wait to share with you all that I have planned.
But first, I’m going to enjoy the summer and soak up every second of friends and family coming to visit us. We live on a gorgeous lake in Minnesota, and after such a long winter I’m going to bask in the sunshine and immerse myself in various house projects.
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