Sponsored 11 March 2019
Finding the ideal career is not always easy, particularly if you consider yourself pretty creative. Often, creative sorts don't fare that well working for someone else and doing the same mundane job day in and day out. Well, the good news is that these days you don't have to do that, as there are plenty of options available for creative people that want to get into their perfect career and earn a great income.
With your creativity and ambition, there are various different options you can look at on a self employed basis. By choosing the right career path and putting your time and effort into getting your business off the ground, you can look forward to a far more lucrative future, flexibility in terms of your hours and days worked, and the ability to be your own boss while doing a job that really appeals to you.
Some Top Options for Creative People
There are actually many self-employed career options you can consider if you are a creative person with bags of ambition. One of the things you can do is set up as a mobile beautician, providing services those who want to look and feel great for a special event or just in general. Your creativity can be put to good use by helping others to achieve the perfect look and giving them more confidence in themselves. By doing this on a mobile basis, you can travel to your customers, which means you don't have to worry about paying to rent or buy a salon for your business. By getting a suitable qualification in cosmetology, you can choose a career option that can ensure you enjoy a brighter future.
Another great option for those who are creative and ambitious is to set up a business as a web designer. If you have tech skills as well as creativity, this could be an ideal job for you. By setting up a home office, you can work from the comfort and convenience of your own home. You can also enjoy working for clients in many different industries and from countries around the world. With more and more businesses eager to create a stronger online presence, you have the benefit of knowing your services will always be in demand. You can also have fun coming up with creative and eye-catching designed for different sites. Plus, of course, you can look forward to earning very good money from doing something you really enjoy.
For some people, working alone and focusing on research is a dream job. Well, if you can do this and you also want to be creative, you can consider working for yourself as a freelance writer. There are many businesses and individuals always on the lookout for a good content writer who works remotely and does a great job. As long as you provide quality content that is well-researched and well written, there is no reason why you cannot make a successful living out of doing this. Of course, you need to have a flair for writing and a passion for it, as this is something that does come across in your content. Again, you can enjoy working from a home office and scheduling your own hours and days to suit you.
Some people love nothing more than crafts, and this is yet another way in which people express their creativity. This can include all sorts of crafts from baking cakes and savory treats through to making jewelry, designing and making greetings cards, making scented candles and more. Some people do all of this as a hobby, but why not turn it into a career and home business? With digital technology at your fingertips, you can various ways to help you sell the items you create. For instance, you can promote your goods on social media sites, or you can set up a website to sell your creations. You can even set up an eBay store or sell on Etsy.
Making Sure You Market Your Business
No matter what type of creative business you decide to go into, you need to ensure you market yourself and your services properly. With the digital technology available today, this is something you can do without spending a fortune or investing huge amounts of time. Instead, you can do it quickly and conveniently with options such as email marketing, social media marketing, and off-line leafletting in the local area.
By making sure you market your services properly, you can gain exposure, and this will enable you to compete more effectively with established rivals that offer the same sorts of services as you. Also, it is well worth starting a blog, as this will help you to gain the trust and confidence of audiences as long as your posts are authoritative, well written, engaging, and accurate. This can also help to boost your website rankings, as search engines like to reward those that add regular, fresh, high-quality content to their sites.
You should also make sure that, no matter what sort of creative business you start, you offer the highest levels of customer service and communication. This can make a big difference when it comes to customer retention, which in turn can have a big impact on your reputation. By developing a loyal client base and a solid reputation within your chosen industry, you can look forward to far greater levels of success in the future.
Enjoy the Chance to Work for Yourself
One of the key things to note about doing this type of work is that it provides you with the perfect opportunity to become your own boss without having to have a load of money to invest upfront. For those who thought they would be stuck working for someone else for the rest of their lives, this is great news. It means that you can work for yourself, set your own income, enjoy total freedom and flexibility, and moreover, make money doing something that you really enjoy.
Going through adolescence and puberty can take its toll. As we try and navigate the changes that are happening and settle into adulthood, it's easy to be unaware of something that might be a reason for concern, or we may rely on old traditional methods of support that aren't conducive to positive long-term health.
As a society, we have accepted popular over-the-counter medicines that are used for an isolated headache or migraine to be the only line of defense to treat period pain. We have allowed old treatments and information to remain stagnant and thus have failed to evolve with the times. In order for change to be possible, we need to modify our approach and take advantage of and source new information, products, and research while pushing the conversation forward to normalize discussions around menstruation to better support the health of people who menstruate.
As a society, we have accepted popular over-the-counter medicines that are used for an isolated headache or migraine to be the only line of defense to treat period pain.
Between growing up with three sisters and a dad who is a double-board certified OB/GYN and infertility specialist, vaginal wellness has always taken center stage in my house. Through this, I had a lens into a world that overtime became more obviously outdated and slow to establish new tools to help combat the unpleasantries that are associated with menstruation. In my own family, I was able to see how different getting your period could be, how diverse symptoms were, and the importance of quality female wellness.
One of my sisters had the unfortunate experience of dealing with an ulcer related to excessive use of over-the-counter medication. This medicine was the only available option to help ease the pain throughout her cycle, which is a direct example of just how damaging the lack of quality menstrual-pain products can be and the toll it takes on our bodies.
It was hard not to wonder why period companies weren't as equally diverse as its customers. Or perhaps another question is, where is the effort to even have open discussions about what more could be done? As you could imagine, growing up with a doctor in the family lends itself to immediate access to health information, but this is a luxury that most people do not have. So where are the resources to help educate women and other people with vaginas on their bodies or symptoms they should look out for to help maintain positive reproductive health?
Through these observations, it became apparent just how much more could be done to support, aid, and educate women or other people with vagins on reproductive wellness. As someone who took to the trend of CBD to help with my own menstrual cycle symptoms, it had dawned on me that I was already nurturing a solution. I had been sharing my experience with CBD for menstrual relief with my sisters and girlfriends, so why not the rest of our community?
Enter, Maxine + Morgan, the CBD based wellness brand dedicated to using natural ingredients to alleviate menstrual cycle symptoms that I created with my dad Dr. Allen Morgan. When my family and I learned that people who menstruate sacrifice approximately 23 days a year on average worth of productivity because of period-related symptoms, we knew our products could improve that. We created capsules that are GMO free, gluten free, and vegan; all of which are made up using only six ingredients. Turmeric, ginger, cramp bark, valerian root, and fennel coupled with the healing qualities of CBD make up our unique formula that has been scientifically shown to reduce PMS symptoms and cramping. In addition to our CBD-based products, we also have a wellness line of options that are CBD free, which are also undergoing a clinical study to determine overall effectiveness.
In my own family, I was able to see how different getting your period could be, how diverse symptoms were, and the importance of quality vaginal wellness.
We decided early on that we would focus on providing high-quality supplements that fostered an uninterrupted lifestyle while simultaneously investing time and resources to new research and information. Having only been established for a few years now, we have coordinated the first ever clinical study to compare the effectiveness of CBD to popular over-the-counter medicine. We have also created an initiative with the non-profit organization, Period.org to donate funds to help support their amazing cause.
As a program that prioritizes access to information, hygiene products, and resources, we couldn't think of a better group to join forces with to leverage change within the industry. Especially now in the pandemic era, there has been an influx of women who are facing the harsh reality of period poverty. This refers to women who need feminine hygiene products but cannot afford them, which often leads to using toilet paper, rags, socks, or not using anything at all. This is completely unacceptable. Maxine+Morgan is vowing to bring awareness to period poverty and sourcing solutions that help all women feel comfortable, healthy, and strong. Through strategic partnerships, influencing open conversations, and raising money for non-profit organizations we can create a new dynamic and standard.
Maxine+Morgan is vowing to bring awareness to period poverty and sourcing solutions that help all menstruating people feel comfortable, healthy, and strong.
We have set high standards for the quality and effectiveness of our products, but also for who we are as a company. We are dedicated to being allies to the female community in order to foster change, create support, and reinvent how we talk about period health. More times than not, we only discuss our experience around our period when we're forced to cancel plans because our cramps are too painful to leave the house. We have no problem talking about our new skincare routine but shy away from talking about our flow, or what's going on down there. Within the next five years, we're setting our sights on not only being readily available in all major retail platforms that carry your other female wellness products, but creating a new dialogue filled with updated information and dismantling the stigma behind open discussion on menstruation and painful period symptoms.
We're with you, we feel you, we are you.