Where's Caity Mets? Don’t worry guys... It’s still me, just married me! On October 17,2015, I said "I do" to my best friend Dan after over 6 years of dating. We had the perfect day, including a few surprises and surprise guests. It was by far the best day of our lives!
Hello all! I’m sure you’ve been seeing my posts all about the upcoming #SchmetsWedding this fall. As you can imagine, being a bride and a business owner could seem like way more than most could handle. This year I decided that I would work on one word that would help shape my outlook for 2015. The word I decided on was “balance” BORING, right?
Well actually, it’s been keeping this girl more on track than ever. I think one of the most important skills to master when it comes to deciding to be a professional entrepreneur is time management. It’s this beautiful art of being able to do a lot more in a lot less time.
As a bride to be, some of the BIGGEST challenges I hear from other people planning their weddings include,
- “It’s so expensive.”
- “I have no time for anything.”
- “I’m stressed out!”
- “I need to lose weight.”
What if I told you that there is a way that you can alleviate some of that extra pressure around your job, your family life, and yes, even with planning a big wedding? Up until about 3 years ago, I didn’t know there was an option. Check out three ways you, the husband- or wife-to-be, can turn wedding planning into a business opportunity.