Exactly one year ago tomorrow, I turned on the lights.
It was one of the scariest days of my life. I set WordPress to “I would like my site to be visible to everyone,” I nervously sent an invitation to my 400 Facebook friends to join the Page, I signed up for Twitter, I shared my first article.
And then, in a panic, I shut my laptop and went for a walk through the Nørrebro neighbourhood of Copenhagen.
A lot has changed in the last year.
It’s so strange looking back and thinking about how radically different my life was a year ago. And it all started the day I launched Puttylike.
I’ve received countless emails from you guys over these past twelve months, thanking me for spreading the message that it’s okay to follow many paths. But really, you’re the ones I should be thanking.
Creating Puttylike wasn’t just about sharing a message with the world or building a business. It was also personal– it was about reassuring myself that there were others out there like me and that I’d be okay pursuing all my passions.
And when you started showing up, and then showing up in droves, you can’t imagine what that meant to me. You guys gave me permission to be the biggest multipotentialite I could be.
So before we get on with the big announcement, I just want to say thank you, multipods, for the best year of my life.