We've long been told it is selfish to think of ourselves, that the needs of others are the most important thing, but that is straight up wrong. The needs of your family and loved ones are important, and I'm going to hit the cliché...wait for it... "you can't pour from an empty cup" there, I said it and now we can move on to what that really means, you can not take care of all those that you love or give your all to the job you worked so hard for it you do not take care of yourself.
Kevin and I may have built Ask but there is no way we could have ever done it alone, and we are so blessed to have the amazing team we have now! And each and every one of them are essential to the team, and I couldn't be more grateful to all of them for not only working SO HARD but for loving Ask the way we do. We are now a team of 9 and that team is steadily growing to make way for all the new things we are doing in 2021.
One of the longest running questions asked of women is "can you really have it all?" meaning can you have a perfect home, happy marriage, perfectly behaved children and a fledging career, well in my experience, no you can not. Please keep in mind that this blog is not based on fact, it is just the opinion of one woman trying to do many things, a perfectionist no less, who is feeling less than perfect 90% of the time. Now I am not here to tell you to give up on ANYTHING, or to be a nay-sayer, what I am here to say is that is is OKAY that you can not do everything perfectly at the same time.
"I am constantly humbled by the unwavering love and support our customers give us and will promise to always be worthy of that support.” - Alisha