For many of us, COVID-19 has brought a lot of uncertainty into our lives. It feels weird to plan ahead, silly even. But as business owners, we have to plan, measure, track, pivot, to survive.
More than ever, I am extremely grateful for my tiny, remote design studio, for creating a business that thrives online, for building effective work-from-home habits, for my incredible design team, for the online community I built through social media and events, for the clients that continue to instill their trust in me, and so much more.
One of my biggest beliefs is that gratitude brings happiness. The more I repeat things I’m grateful for, the stronger this habit becomes. And this morning, my habit brought me back to a time before Wander Design Co.
This memory has inspired me to share a mini-blog series with you about the origins of WDC to take you on a “virtual getaway,” if you will.
For the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing the origin of our studio, Wander Design Co. Although WDC was founded in late 2016, I have to take you back to 2010 first. Ready for an adventure?
It all began with a love story.
Link in bio to read on.