I've been thinking about going back to a j.o.b. part-time. I don't want to. Waaaa.
The business is going well. Patrick works himself silly and so do I, but all new businesses have that lull of more money going into the business than coming out of it. We are doing fine but I just want to make sure that we don't dig ourselves a hole.
Here's the thing. If I really got at the art thing and the writing thing, I could make as much at home. I get discouraged and I'm not sure why.
I've been having a real pity party for myself here lately. You know, not as many comments as I wish, noone buying anything from me, nobody loves me everybody hates me, think I'll go and eat worms kind of thing.
So, first I need to know...is the fact that I seem to have some sort of crafting multiple personality a turnoff?
Are my prices too high? Too low? (ha) Am I too inconsistent? Or does my stuff just suck?
What I'm not looking for is a pat on the back or a "there, there, Froggy, we love you." I'm looking for honest-to-God objective feedback. Something to shoot for. Something to really grab hold of this week so that I can give this working from home thing one more shot.
I'm not trying to be a popular blogger. (It sounds silly to even read that) This is a financial thing. What do people want that I can do?
What would you buy if I made it (or tell your friends about) that I haven't been making lately?
In the morning, I'm going to wake up and hope I dreamt this post. LOL But right now, I'm just coming to you as a friend and asking for your help; for your advice.
Be brutal. Ok, not brutal, but honest.