Ep. 40: Knowing When to Quit
Due to a limit of 24 hours to my day, much of them already claimed to important tasks, I keep my blog reading whittled down to the minimum. This means I get to read Kendra Adachi’s, because I find it that charming.
She’s the guest on today’s show, and in this episode, we talk about why she stopped a baking business she loved. Sometimes, loving something isn’t enough—if it’s just not giving you the life you want, it’s time to part ways amicably. Kendra’s a great example of calling it quits in the best of ways.
We also talk a little pop culture, since it’s one of her greatest loves. She recommends to me a TV show that I promptly watched, devoured, and voxed her later to say thank you. This was recorded months ago, and I still think of that show.
Kendra’s a good egg.
- Kendra’s blog, The Lazy Genius Collective
- Kendra on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook
- We didn’t talk about this, but here’s one of my favorite posts of hers. It cheers me up on a cloudy day, you know?
- What’s making Kendra happy: Show Club
- What’s making me happy: Moroccan Argan oil from Grove Collaborative
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