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Don’t Let Chronic Illness Dampen Your Entrepreneurial Dreams: Tips for Managing Your Health and Your Business
Sitting too long is bad for your health, and for craft business owners this problem is compounded because both our jobs and our hobbies often involve sitting. Running your own business is hard enough under ordinary circumstances. Throw in a chronic illness and the challenges multiply. For instance, it’s difficult to work when you don’t feel well; energy and focus is hard to maintain; medical insurance can be expensive; and you’re not always productive, which cuts into your bottom line.
Mindful crafting can help crafty entrepreneurs refresh and rejuvenate. Take some at least once a week to make something just for yourself.
Sometimes finding success as a craft business owner doesn’t lead to the happiness and fulfillment we expected. Sewist and embroiderer Aimee Davis reflects on changing direction and finding renewed inspiration.
Sitting too long is bad for your health, and for craft business owners this problem is compounded because both our jobs and our hobbies often involve sitting.
We often hear about the physical benefits of exercise, but did you know getting enough exercise also might help you be more productive in business? Use these helpful tips to ensure that you make getting enough exercise a priority each week.
We’ve gathered some expert tips to help prevent and cope with repetitive stress injuries that are common for crafters and creative business owners.
Health insurance enrollment sounds as fun as taxes or going to the doctor. But it’s a necessary discomfort that can save you a lot of hassle.