I’ve been The Bearer of Bad News for about 10 days now, and it’s the worst job I’ve had by far (& I was a 1-800-FLOWERS gift box outside The Today Show at 5a in December!). But one of the first things that popped into my head when the Bad News was delivered to me was:
How am I gonna tell My People (that’s you)?
So, I figured I’d tell you the best way I knew how: by writing an original song on my ukulele. Obviously.
Now, keep in mind that this is the first full-length song I’ve ever written by myself, and it’s about, oh, Bad News. But I mean everything that’s in it, and hopefully it won’t totally bring the room down.
How’s that for a teaser?
More info to come next week, when I get it – but I promise to give it to ya only in relation to my business. While I’ll still continue to be completely honest in my I Quit My Day Job updates and how this affects When I Grow Up, I’ll be focusing – as usual – on posts having to deal with creative careers. I don’t plan on abandoning my clients, writing, or upcoming launches any time soon!
If you’re looking to get more personal info as to how I’m doing and the possibility of insurance-covered C cups, you can follow me on Twitter or friend me on Facebook. And know that, while I might not be able to respond to every comment/email/tweet/love letter, I’m reading them and getting a super full heart over ’em. Honestly, being The When I Grow Up Coach is a huge bright spot in this currently-sucktastic time, and the love and support I get from My People (that’s you!) has already brought me to tears on more than once occasion. I’m still the luckiest, most loved, most supported lady in all the land, and really everyone: that’s all that matters.