I’m Mikaela and I’m so glad you’ve found Jamimico!
Not too long ago, I longed for the freedom to decide when and where I worked and I was tired of feeling like my life wasn’t what it was meant to be.
I remember when I first realized that freedom was possible for me. I remember reading income reports from blog after blog, realizing that if they could do it, maybe… just maybe, I could do it too.
Maybe I didn’t have to work five days a week to afford the other two. Maybe I could actually spend time with my husband during the week. Maybe I could travel whenever and wherever I wanted to.
Maybe I could design the life I want and live it now.
Well, my friend and fellow dreamer, it’s no longer just a maybe for me. It’s a reality I am actively working towards.
I am on the path to living the life I want to live and it’s closer today than it’s ever been before.
But designing my dream life didn’t mean quitting my job… at least not right away.
Designing my dream life meant getting clear about my priorities. It meant investing in my personal growth. It meant creating a plan for replacing my income. And it meant using productivity to become as effective as possible as I work towards living my best life possible.
If you’ve seen others online who have created amazing lives for themselves and you’re starting to believe it’s possible for you too, I want to invite you to join me on this journey.
On this blog, you’ll find:
- Personal growth tips to help you figure out exactly what you want your life to look like and to help you set the goals you need to get there.
- Productivity tips to help you manage your time as you begin to pursue a life you love while still working your day job.
- Tips for starting a business – whether that be a blog, a service-based business, or any other online business – to enable you with the financial freedom to pursue your dreams.
Pick a topic and get started! And, don’t forget, I’m rooting for you!
The 5 Keys to Being More Present and Productive
27 Morning Routine Ideas That Will Make You Want to Wake Up Early
5 Simple Steps for Setting Long-Term Goals
How to Make a Daily To Do List You’ll Actually Complete