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Juggling a wedding business and a full-time job or a part-time job can be difficult but it is possible! In order to grow your wedding business, you’ll need to get very intentional about what you spend your time on and that is an incredibly valuable skill to develop. There are some real benefits to keeping your job while you grow your wedding business on the side and we’ll get into those in this episode. Today’s guest has some fantastic advice for juggling your growing wedding business and your job without losing it.
Katelyn Stanis is the owner and creator of Wedding Words, a wedding vow and speech writing service. She helps tongue-tied couples from across the U.S. tie the knot through her one-on-one custom vow writing service and online vow writing course. With a BA in Journalism, Katelyn has always adored asking people the right questions to unearth their own vibrant story. Today, she uses that same passion to discover the details of a couple’s love story and collaborates to put their heart into words. Katelyn has been featured in The New York Times, The Everygirl, Bridal Musings, Wedding Chicks, and Aisle Perfect.
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