Guess who’s back? Back again?
Pamela’s back. Tell a friend.
*Cue in Eminem rapping*
Hi there. It’s been awhile since I have blogged. But you know, life got really really busy and really overwhelming. I was finishing up a full time working contract and trying to get www.teeshie.com going.
Teeshie is my t-shirt brand. The brand is 100% organic white t-shirts that are Fair Wear certified. They are designed by me and I literally put all of my creative heart into them.
I am really, really, really excited about this. It has been officially two years since I embarked on my own version of an entrepreneurial journey. It all started with my blog, then YouTube, then House of Swap, then The Living Drink, then Relook Shop and a few other projects that never made it past my notebook… and all of it was leading me to Teeshie.
In a way all of my projects were stepping stones to this. I’ve learned so much along the way and it’s only now that I realise how useful all of those lessons were. It’s so true when they say you can never put the pieces looking forward, only back. I mean it makes total sense because looking forward means the future… and the future is not yet reality… which means we obviously can’t have an idea of how it will all make sense. Right?
This whole building a business thing is quite a tricky thing. There are so many components to it that it’s easy to feel totally overwhelmed and like maybe you should run away. But then you can’t run away. Like you really can’t. I think only people who have gone so far can understand this feeling. It feels like there is NO OTHER WAY. The only way is forward. It feels like when you are standing in line for a scary roller coaster ride, and you’re nervous but still okay – and it still moving forward, but then you get buckled into the seat and the ride starts moving… and then you realise ooooh boy, I ain’t getting off now!
That’s how I feel.
I’m also an ENFP. And being an ENFP comes with lots of mental chaos because of all the possibilities flying around my mind.
An ENFP is one of the 16 MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) personalities which stems from the findings of Carl Jung.
And yeeees, I know, there are opinions that this typing not “real” or “scientific” and that people totally dismiss it. That’s totally cool. I also don’t think it’s the holy grail and humans are NOT just 4 letters. HOWEVER, those 4 letters have helped me a lot to understand the way my brain works. No seriously, when I started reading about ENFP’s I felt understood. I felt like WOW! THAT’S MEEEE!! That’s me in words I could never put into words. I make all of my friends take the test… but not a lot seem to care about it as much. LOL. 🙂
Anyway, I still think everyone should take it. Link to the free test is HERE.
I also got the test assessed by a professional at work and I got the same results… so just because it’s free and online doesn’t mean it should be dismissed.
Wow, I missed writing.