Good bye but not sayonara. Sayonara is a very final term in Japanese, you use it when you won’t see someone for a long time. The term to say good bye is ja mata or mata ne depending on where you live. I am not leaving Mumpreneurs WA I am stepping back to free up some time to pursue other life goals. After experiencing “superwoman syndrome” and burning out at the end of last year and then the passing away of two friends recently I know I can’t do it all and in fact I don’t want to do it all.
Mumpreneurs WA has been an incredible ride. I want to take the opportunity to say a massive thank you to you for all the support you have given me and this community to help grow it. It certainly takes a village and you are such an incredible village. I am so proud to be a part of it. Thank you for believing in me and Mumpreneurs WA. My biggest achievement is forming so many incredible friendships and relationships with so many amazing and beautiful women. This is invaluable and priceless and as I move to the next phase of my business journey I am truly blessed to have these wonderful women in my life.
So where to from here you ask. As many of you know I am a teacher and I will be returning to teaching. My next big goal is to become fluent in Japanese and become a Japanese Language teacher in primary schools. I love all things Japanese and in life you have to follow your passion and do what you love as it is too short not to. I start university this semester and extremely excited and nervous but I know I have got this.
Are my business days over? No, Nope and いいえ. I think once you start in small business you have small business fever. I have some other projects on the back burner which I would like to achieve and get up and running before I am back in the classroom and my time gets tighter again. If you would like to follow me still. You can subscribe to my blogs on Julie in the Making or follow my Julie in the Making Facebook Page. I will be activating that again as I simply can’t help myself.
We will be seeing you at networking meetings soon and keep your eye on what events are coming up for 2017. I am excited to be handing over to Sanchia Cayzer from Cherry Black Business Builders and will feature her in our next blog so you can get to know a bit more about her. I can’t be more thrilled to be passing my “baby” to Sanchia she has a wealth of business experience.
For now it’s good bye but not sayonara.