Badass Blogger Series: How to leverage your tribe (featuring The Style Collective)

As creative business owners we spend most of our time riding S-O-L-O.

(Flashback to the song please!)

The day to day grind consists of you and your computer. In a coffee shop, at your house, on vacation, in a shared office space…wherever. Going through our day-to-day we’re writing posts, editing photos, sharing and engaging on social media, setting up flat lays, responding to emails, sending invoices, writing proposals, doing web design, writing emails…the list goes on.

Blogging, essentially, as much as it seems social is a really solo thing. It’s you, your creative mind, your couch, your chair, your bed and whatever amazing creative content you’re going to put out in the world.

It’s on YOU to do the work, to find out what you need to do and really make the magic happen.

For me personally, the autonomy of running a business on my own. I LOVE the unknown of each day and changing direction quickly to do things that my business needs when I need it.

To do what we do, we need be okay to be alone. Finding comfort in quiet and putting your heads down and do the work. If you love what you’re doing it should be fun.

On your journey, to creating and getting the most out of your tribe, there will be haters that you need to get rid of. People that may not support what you’re doing, your path or your vision.

It’s OKAY.

It’s hard, but you can’t keep everyone in your life forever. It’s just not possible, and there are ebbs and flows in relationships. But you do need to have people around you that are truly engaged and excited about what you’re doing. Because, as a creative person creating something out of nothing, you need full engagement and support.

Eventually, you’ll find your tribe of babes and they’ll blow you away with their understanding of you and your vision.

That’s where Style Collective comes in.

Truly.

I know, I know I’m not paid to be writing this, but finding a community of hardworking, dedicated, creative babes that are willing to do the work to help each other – has changed the game for me and my blog. 

Through the 1+ years I’ve been a member, I’ve found ways that really help to leverage the tribe and community.

GO FOR IT. REACH OUT TO EACH OTHER.

My blog friend relationships have started with a bit of effort. If it’s commenting on Instagram’s, or always engaging with posts, it’s important to let a sister know if you like their shit. But, if you want to go deeper, you need to take the extra step, put some personality behind it, and email. This helps you to personalize yourself, make a connection and boldly say something to someone who, has essentially has been talking to you via their blog for the past, say, 6+ months now.

Although we are so connected, it’s hard to connect with someone without going for it, and saying hi, maybe responding in more detail to their post, or sharing your thoughts on what you love about what they are doing.

Everyone loves a good compliment, right?

Your email should have a point, be kind and friendly, and even talk about potentially taking the relationship a bit further on skype/google hangout.

Remembering that, if you’re attracted to someone and what they are doing there is a reason for that. They are doing something or feeling some type-a-way that connects with you, and I guarantee you’ll have something in common enough for a conversation.

SECURE A HOT DATE ON SKYPE.

Having a meeting with your girl tribe and business babes is equally as important as updating your pinterest, sending out that proposal, writing that post…. It’s about finding balance and centering yourself, to be reminded what you are doing and why you are doing it. Ask someone you admire or another girl in your community for a skype date.

It sounds sexy, and it is J Getting on the phone or being face to face can SERIOUSLY solidify a friendship.

I talk to Annie on a quarterly basis, and I feel so connected to her because of it. Hearing the voice, the tonality and really going beyond the written word is a game changer. We’re all busy, yes, but this is part of the joy of what we do.

There is flexibility in our day, and during your date you can talk about struggles, wins, anything with someone that really GETS it. Better than your boyfriend, better than your mom, they’ll ‘feel’ you.

MAKE THE EFFORT TO HANG IRL.

This is on my major to-do list lately.

I want to really MEET people. I want to know them, I want to see how they speak, how they dress, what they’re energy is like. Meeting with people, readers, other bloggers, or business prospects in person can really be the game changer.

Having an in-person session can really take your relationship to the next level and can open major doors for you. When I’ve met with other bloggers in person, I can’t explain how energized I feel about what I’m doing. As an added bonus, I also often times get company contact names, I get ideas for posts, and I get reminded that life is about LIVING in it.

Not about being behind the computer writing about it.

I know style Collective has held local meet-ups and there are boards and discussion around meeting in person. I’ve also just DM’d girls that are local to the area, and met up for coffee.

TALK ABOUT THE STRUGGLES.

When you’re talking to one another, you can’t be shy about the details. It’s our duty in a creative and fluid business to be honest about the wins, but also about what’s challenging for you. If we go around telling everyone that everything is perfect, everything is easy, and you’re basically just crushing life all day, that’s most likely dishonest and people will find it hard to connect with you. Making a genuine connection about what really resonates with you, is going to pay off. You may also find that you’re not alone, that this person or that group is also or has also struggled with something similar. Then you can cross-check, compare notes and get through it together.

These are not relationships where being shy is going to benefit you! Also importantly here, make sure to listen. Listen to what’s being said, connect with it and show a genuine interest about what’s being said. Sometimes listening is all someone needs.

LEND A HAND.

This community and tribe is built on giving and receiving.

It’s built on offering to help others move closer to their goals as a community. You should be open to sharing and answering questions about what’s working for you, and also what’s not.

Use this community to help you move further in your business. Be eachothers’ sounding board and accountability partner. Brainstorm and plan together.

This community and the creative souls in our blogging world, are my people. Even if they are all over the country, these badass, fashion forward, creative babes are living their dream by sharing their life in the online world with us.

I hold these relationships just as highly as my IRL friendships, and in many ways, these people understand my wins and my struggles better than my family or friends who don’t live a creative entrepreneur life like I do. These babes are your tribe, they’re your community and they’re relationships that are worth starting and nurturing.

They’re also the ones that have potential you may not even know yet.

They’re your sisters and it’s only just the beginning.


What I'm wearing in this post:

Jetset Diaries Romper from Haute and Borrowed

Bandana Necklace from Oil Rose Designs (LOVE it, so freaking cute right?)

Hat from Brixton Women's at Nordstrom

Shot in Palm Springs by Natasha Mousey (@doubleframedview)


How do you leverage your friends, family and tribe to help to stay on your path? 

Also, if you're interested in joining The Style Collective, you can join here!

Gluten Free Follow Me: Interview with Jackie McEwan

Howdy you!

How are ya? Week good? What's happening?

I am SO BUSY this week (so annoying to say that I freaking know).  BUT all my besties are coming in town tomorrow for the next few days for my birthday and I couldn't be more grateful or excited. Too good to be true. We're renting an airbnb on Saturday and having a chef come to cook us amazing eats and hanging together.

LAHVE.

But, to the post today! CUZ IT'S GOOD.

I am firstly, so into supporting people I believe in and vibe with, but also super interested in sharing the stories of people who are doing what they love for their full-time career. Sharing the story of someone who went from doing they didn't love, to following their passion and creating a life out of it - FASCINATING.

Jackie has done that! If you don't know her, she's the lady behind Gluten Free Follow Me, and she's a blogger/influencer who is the lady for all things GF. Working in finance previously in NYC, she built her business, and when right, made the leap to having this passion be her FT. If you're looking for a spot to eat that's healthy, amazing, and GF - her site has GOT YOU!

I met Jackie at the lovely Jordan Youngers yoga event and we vibed immediately.

She's SO smart, open, friendly, warm and genuine and what I love most about her, is when I asked, 'what's your goal' the other night at dinner she goes. 

'I'm just enjoying my life right now. I'm living my goal'.

VIBES.

To be so present in the NOW and grateful for what's happening is so PRECIOUS.

I was like, damn. That is TRUTH and I love it.

So this post is full of good advice for starting your own business, understanding what gluten free eating is like, seeing some of Jackie's favorite recipes and more. 

LOVE IT.

Enjoy LOVES. 

xo

Krista


Brief intro to who you are, what you do

Hi Hundred Blog readers! I’m Jackie, and I’m the founder of Gluten Free Follow Me, the Guide to Dining Gluten Free. I detail and rank 2,000+ gluten free friendly eateries in NYC, California, & beyond, in addition to products and recipes on my website www.glutenfreefollowme.com. I grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut and studied Finance and International Business at Georgetown University. After graduation, I moved to New York City and lived there for five and a half years. I worked in the finance industry at a bank for over five years, and as of a couple months ago, Gluten Free Follow Me is now my full-time job! I recently moved to Santa Monica and go back to the East Coast every month or so. I feel so fortunate that I can split my time between the best coasts!

Can you talk about your gluten free journey? 

Five years ago, my sports doctor had all of his patients take a food intolerance test, and gluten came up in my test results. I was like, what’s gluten?! Looking back, my diagnosis made a lot of sense because I would get sick at least once a week in college. In college, I would eat stir fry on Sundays (using gluten-filled soy sauce) and always felt nauseous. I would get sick after eating my favorite sandwich at Cosi and thought it was food poisoning. I went to the Emergency Room at a nearby hospital a few times because I couldn’t keep any food or water down. I had these reactions throughout college but no one ever brought up gluten as a reason for my sickness. Gluten sensitivity/intolerance and celiac disease were not as wide-spread as they are now. Looking back, it seems silly that I never pressed doctors on what was making me sick but gluten wasn’t in the forefront of their minds.

I was incredibly overwhelmed when I finally found out that gluten was making me sick. I had recently moved to New York City and was so excited to eat out at all the restaurants. I went to a few gastroenterologists and found out I didn’t just have a gluten intolerance – I also had celiac disease.

This diagnosis forced me to rethink my meals and snacks because I had to immediately cut gluten out of my diet. I did a ton of research on what foods had gluten in it, what foods were gluten free, and all the grey areas in between. The gluten free diet has become much more popular in the past couple of years, but it wasn’t as prevalent five years ago so it was challenging. 

What is gluten and why is it important, or why is the topic really popular right now?

Gluten is a mixture of proteins found in wheat and related grains, including barley, rye, oat, and all their species and hybrids. Gluten helps food maintain their shape, acting as a glue that holds food together. Gluten can be found in many types of food – not just bread! Gluten is commonly found in breads, baked goods, soups, pasta, cereal, sauces, salad dressings, but there are so many gluten free alternatives nowadays so it really isn’t hard to be gluten free!

When I first went gluten free five years ago, it was challenging because it wasn’t popular then. You really had to do your own research and search for gluten free items. Now, most supermarkets have an entire section for gluten free items, and they label which items are gluten free outside of that section.

Many mainstream products label their products as gluten free if they are or have adjusted their products to make them gluten free. The gluten free diet has become more popular with greater public awareness and better diagnoses. More and more people are discovering that they have celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity. I’m glad that it’s become more acknowledged because it’s making people more mindful of allergies and thoughtful about what’s best for their body.

What affect does gluten have on people and why are people trying to avoid it (outside of someone who has celiac disease!) 

People react differently to gluten.

My reaction to gluten is I have to throw up anywhere from three to ten hours after eating it. I’m very sensitive to gluten, so I will know if I ingest it! This is why I do a lot of research before eating out, and ask questions regarding cross contamination and food preparation. Other symptoms can be bloating, skin rashes and red-like skin, digestive discomfort, diarrhea, constipation, headache, tiredness, weight loss, stomach aches, nausea, and more.

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease and affects about 1% of the general population. Unfortunately, many people who have celiac disease don’t even know that they have it. I’m so thankful that I found out five years ago because if it goes untreated, it can lead to malabsorption, osteoporosis, iron deficiency, other autoimmune diseases, and in general a reduced quality of life.

A lot of people, including me, forget that certain symptoms you’re having aren’t normal. You normalize it because it happens so much but you shouldn’t feel sick or uncomfortable all the time! I urge everyone to get a food intolerance test as a first step to see what comes up because the results may surprise you.

Many people feel better when they give up gluten, and they end up self-diagnosing themselves as it can be tough to diagnosis gluten sensitivity. If you feel better going gluten free, then by all means, continue to do so! 

Can you talk about your journey with Gluten Free Follow Me?

A few years ago, I started to post about some of the gluten free foods I was eating on Instagram. Surprisingly to me, my posts were met with such a great reception. My followers kept asking for more gluten free friendly eateries, products, and recipes, and I was more than happy to continue to make these discoveries. I was getting so many questions that I knew I needed to put all this information in one place rather than just Instagram. I taught myself how to make a website and how to code, and I launched www.glutenfreefollowme.com in September 2014! I wish I had something like Gluten Free Follow Me to guide me through my new gluten free diet five years ago, but I’m glad I can be a guide for others now!  

What's a typical day in the life?

No day is ever the same which keeps it interesting! It sounds cheesy but I really do wake up excited to conquer the day. On a typical day, I wake up and do my first social media post of the day either during breakfast or at the gym. When I run outside, I don’t bring my phone so it’s my time to zone out and get creative without technology. I run on the beach in Santa Monica, and it really is the prettiest place to run! When I go to the gym, I answer emails, responds to comments on my social media networks, and post for the brands/eateries I manage.

For lunch, I either schedule lunch at a restaurant or throw together a salad and omelet before jumping into my recipes for the day. I dedicate certain days as recipe days so I can be in the kitchen creating recipes uninterrupted and then shoot them in the daylight which is so key for good photos!

During the week, if it’s not a recipe day, I’ll schedule one or two eateries in a day. I’ll meet with chefs and owners at eateries to figure out what’s gluten free at their restaurant and bring up the right questions such as potential cross contamination and modifications/substitutions. If I have an evening event, then I may schedule a lunch in the area and work out of a coffee shop in between meals.  

 Go-to GF snack or meal? 

I kick off each day with fruit, greens, veggies, and eggs. I love eating healthy but I also have a sweet tooth and love my daily chocolate!

What advice would you give to someone who wants to make their side hustle their full-time career?

It’s so important for everyone to have a passion or hobby.

I feel like that’s how your creativity gets going, and your side gig can help you in other ventures even if it doesn’t become your full-time gig. I never meant for GFFM to become anything and definitely not my career. It happened so organically since it stemmed from my passion, but it also took hard work and dedication for it to become what it is today. When I started posting on social media and launched glutenfreefollowme.com a couple years ago, my family and friends never really understood what I was doing or why I was spending all this time focused on GFFM. Now, it’s easy to see how the journey happened but it wasn’t in the moment so I’m glad I believed in myself and kept at it!

Don’t let anyone sway you from what you love to do. It will shine through your work and can then translate into success. Only you know what you’re passionate about, and that makes you so good at it.  

I don’t recommend for everyone to turn their side hustle into their career, but if it works out financially then it may be worth it to take the plunge! My main advice would be to make sure that your side hustle can support you. I know of some people who tried to transform their side hustle into a full-time career and got discouraged since they felt like they had to continually put themselves out there and couldn’t afford to get rejected. They ended up going backwards and went back to “main-stream” jobs so make sure that the timing is right for you! 

What was the best thing about leaving the corporate world?

The best thing about leaving the corporate world is I’m able to devote all of my time and energy to Gluten Free Follow Me! I’m very thankful that I was recently able to make GFFM my full-time gig because it was getting difficult to juggle GFFM with my finance job which was pretty much 9-5.

I would duck out for lunches if I could and if the restaurant was close to my office. I always had Instagram events or dinners after work, sometimes several in one night. I wouldn’t get to the gym until 9:30pm (always have to get my workout in!) so I was definitely running low on time. I would open my packages from brands after the gym, and then do all of my recipes on the weekends.

The hardest? 

The hardest part is I don’t have the stability. Working in the corporate world meant I had a stable salary, and I knew exactly what I was earning and when I was getting my paycheck. However, GFFM is my passion, and I have more of an incentive to do well. Nowadays, I end up working longer hours than my finance job but when you’re doing what you love, it isn’t seen as work :) 

What's the best part about what you do now? 

My favorite part is being creative with food and getting to interact with my followers – I seriously have the best followers! I also love being able to wake up every day and do what I love. I feel like I appreciate it even more because I can now truly dedicate time to GFFM. I’m so thankful that I get to choose how and where I spend my day!

My hours are flexible so I can go running in the middle of the day when it’s 70 degrees and sunny rather than working inside from a cubicle, just staring at the pretty weather outside. I don’t need to be in the office from 9-5 and have people manage me. I’m the boss, the employee, a one-woman show, and I love it that way! 

The most challenging?

 Every day is different which I love because it keeps me on my toes. You have to be very motivated and structured to work from home and run your own business. Now that GFFM is my full-time job, I’m able to be more flexible with timing but I still like to have some sort of schedule to keep me organized.

What are some of your favorite recipes/or restaurants on your website?

Ooh there are so many good ones! I detail and rank 2,000+ eateries, products, and recipes so the list is never-ending. I love discovering new eateries and products for my followers and coming up with delicious recipes.

My favorite recipe right now is an easy cupcake recipe I created last month.

I know that not all of my followers have easy access to gluten free cake mixes so I wanted to create a recipe that was easy to do with kitchen staples.

All you need is:

  • 1/2 cup softened butter
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup GF flour
  • 2 eggs or egg substitute
  • 3 tablespoons milk
  • A few drops of vanilla extract

You can make this recipe vegan by using vegan butter and milk.

Combine all of the ingredients, and it makes about 9 cupcakes. It’s perfect for when I don’t want to make a huge batch, and then if I do, I can just double the recipe.

Full recipe on http://www.glutenfreefollowme.com/my-creations - I’m usually an icing gal but these cupcakes are so good, I eat them plain too!

What are you looking forward to in 2017?

I look forward to taking GFFM to the next level and continuing to grow my website and social media networks.

I love my followers, and their appreciative comments and support keeps me going! I also look forward to becoming more of a part of the LA community. I’ve met some amazing influencers and like-minded people so far (like YOU, Krista!) and can’t wait to meet more.

Thanks for listening and hope to connect with you all on GFFM! 


Where can people connect with you?

www.GlutenFreeFollowMe.com

Instagram: @GlutenFree.FollowMe

Twitter: @GlutenFreeFM

Facebook: Gluten Free Follow Me

Snapchat: JackieAanonsen


Interview with Kathlyn Hart: Podcast Host, Life Coach, Website Designer and Overall Amazing Human

Oh hi guys!

I want to introduce you to someone awesome today :) 

Kathlyn Hart of The Big Leap Show. She's a life coach, motivational speaker, podcast host and overall kind, funny, and driven babe that I was thankful to be introduced to about a year ago by my friend David.

I was on her podcast, The Big Leap Show earlier this year, and it was one of my favorite conversations with someone. She's SO FUNNY, she's so open, her questions are amazing  You can listen to that episode if you want, here!

Guys I have to be honest too, Kathlyn's voice is like SMOOTH BUTTA. It's seriously soothing, melodic and just f'ing beautiful. You must hear it! I am slightly in love.

Kathlyn knows all about chasing your dreams, going for what you want, but also being super smart and saavy about it. She's really well connected to TONS of badass ladies through The BLS and I consider her a knowledge center for dreamers and doers in life. 

I also just really like her as a human, and feel excited to see her grow!

So excited to introduce you to her, and make sure to listen to The Big Leap Show Podcast too - it's AMAZE.


Tell us a little about who you are, what you do :) 

My name is Kathlyn Hart but everyone calls me Kat ;)  I'm a motivational life coach, business website consultant and host of The Big Leap Show podcast!

 

What is The Big Leap Show Podcast? What is the mission?

The Big Leap Show is a weekly podcast where I interview badass women in business about their leap into entrepreneurship. 

So many women are craving the freedom of being their own boss and starting a business of their own. 

Taking the first step and starting though can be overwhelming and scary. 

The Big Leap Show's mission is to get real with boss babes to learn what it took them to take the leap and start a business of their own.

Technically, what does it take to create a podcast? Can you talk about that process? 

Sure! 

The most basic podcast can be done by recording a basic audio file on your computer or phone, and then uploading that file to what's called a "hosting service" that will store your file online.  There are audio specific hosting sites that you will want to use for your podcast because the files can be quite large. 

I use Libsyn (https://www.libsyn.com/) which I really like. 

Then, to get your audio file into iTunes or any other podcast directory you need to submit your unique "RSS feed URL" which your hosting service provides.  After that boom, you have a podcast.  Every time you upload a new audio file to your hosting provider, iTunes and all of the other directories which you have submitted your RSS link to will automatically detect that you have a new episode.

Now to have a more professional podcast there are number of things you might want to buy or consider using including...

A mic (I use the Audio-Technica ATR2100) - link = http://amzn.to/1OLyjoH

Intro/Outro Music (I bought mine from Audio Jungle) - link = http://audiojungle.net/?ref=kathlynhart

Audio mixing application (I use Garage Band)

A website (I host mine with BlueHost and create it using Wordpress) - link = http://www.bluehost.com/track/kathlynhart

To learn more about starting a podcast feel free to reach out to me!

You interview some pretty badass females. What's been something that has stuck with you recently? 

You know the biggest "ah-ha" is that you you don't need to have a website or even social media to have a business. 

One of the women I interviewed didn't have the greatest website and didn't have any social media accounts. 

Yet her business was easily making over $100k.  For all of us who grew up with the internet we automatically assume if we want to start a business, the first thing we need to do is set up a legit online presence. 

The problem with this is we can get so caught up in LOOKING like we have a business, that we forget to even validate our business idea. 

Don't let the cart get ahead of the horses. Test and validate your business idea first. 

After you know you have a good idea, then you can start setting up your online presence (that is if you feel like it will help you to bring in business).

Is there a theme you've noticed with the guests you've had on?

At one point or another all of them said, "I'm just going to do it."

We can get so caught up trying to perfect our ideas and best prepare for taking the leap. 

At a certain point though, you have to just jump in.  You might fail, and you will definitely fall along the way, but who cares.  You'll learn something with ever step you take, and if in the end taking a leap is a total flop, you'll be better prepared for the next leap!

For other themes you can check out the video I made to celebrate the show's 6 month anniversary which recaps the top 10 tips from guests: 

http://www.thebigleapshow.com/top-10-tips-taking-big-leap/ 

I love that you are also a life coach. You have managed to take things that you are super talented at, and are uniquely qualified to do, and made it an aspect of your business. Like Wordpress and creating websites for people as an example. I'd love to hear how you made this a business and what it takes to do that. 

My businesses all developed pretty naturally. 

After I quit my job as a software designer I began meeting tons of business owners who knew nothing about websites, email marketing, or social media while backpacking through Asia. 

I love doing all of those things, so when they started offering to pay me to help them I thought, "Why not?!" It meant more money to keep traveling, so I was happy to do it. 

The same thing happened with my coaching practice.  After switching my jobs multiple times, negotiating to double my salary, saving over $16,000 to quit my job and travel and then starting my own website consulting business I've gotten more and more strangers reaching out to me for help. 

In the beginning I did it for free, but overtime I developed it into its own coaching practice.

How did life coaching transition to the podcast, The Big Leap Show?

I've always like podcasts.  In fact when I was saving to quit my job, I would listen to shows on my way to work and back everyday.  The idea for The Big Leap Show came two years after starting my website consulting business.  In those two years I had met tons of fellow female business owners who would secretly share how freaking hard it was for them to start a business (especially when it seems like every other business owner via social media is killing it and "living the life"). 

I realized that nobody really talks about the hard stuff. 

The challenges, the fears, and how to work through them. 

So I created a show I wish I had when I first started.  Real conversations with badass women where we could pull back the curtain and talk about what it really took them to take the big leap to start a business of their own. 

What's one piece of golden advice you give your coaching clients that you could share with readers? 

Tap into your inner wise self and screw the inner critic. Our inner critic keeps us small and safe.  It tells us, "You're not ready, you don't know enough, it's already been done..." Begin tapping into your inner wise self by questioning your automatic beliefs.  Why do you not feel ready?  How could you become more ready?  Who can you ask for support or guidance? 

When you start asking questions and get curious, life gets a whole lot juicier ;)

What are some daily rituals that attribute to your success?

Oh so many I love rituals! 

My top two would have to be coffee and gratitude.  Every morning before getting to work I like to slowly make my coffee. 

This is my "All right let's do this baby" ritual. 

While it's brewing I like to think through what I need to accomplish that day and visualize myself completely all of it effortlessly.  Then every night before going to bed I write out everything I accomplished that day (both big and small) + little "moments of joy."  Moments of joy for me can be everything from catching up with an old friend to making a bomb dinner.  I find that writing my accomplishments plus moments of joy help me to find deep gratitude for the day and my life :)  

A bonus of doing this is on shitty days I can remember not to be so hard on myself by going back to my list and seeing all the progress I've made!

What's been the most exciting moment of 2016 for you?

Getting a dog! 

I work by myself from home, and it can get lonely.  My pup, Mr. Bernadino (or Bernie for short) has brightened my life because he is a total goof ball.  He not only makes me smile whenever I look at him, but he also forces me to actually go outside and see the sun.

What's challenging about what you do? 

Honestly, promoting myself out as a coach.  Like I mentioned my coaching practice came organically, so promoting myself is still uncomfortable.  To get through this, I have to remind myself that it's not about selling my services to people who don't want them, it's about sharing what I do so I can connect with and be in service of women who DO want them. 

Your life mantra is:

If you live each day to the fullest life only gets better

Where can people connect with you further?

Email: kathlyn@thebigleapshow.com

Instagram: www.instagram.com/hustlynhart

Twitter: www.twitter.com/hustlynhart

Facebook: www.facebook.com/hustlynhart

Online: www.thebigleapshow.com


Such a badass, right? I love how down to earth, open and SMART this lady is. she is truly DOING IT in all the best ways possible. Living in flow and supporting others along the way. 

Okay, hopefully you loved this, I thought you would! Let me know what ya think, and if you know of any badass babes to interview, let a sister know!

Loving you!

xo

Krista

Photos via Kathlyn Hart on Instagram @hustlinhart