Dealing with Maker Stress | The BHooked Podcast Episode 29

When was the last time you felt like your best wasn’t good enough? You see so many crochet makers crushing it with their shops or their blog and that leaves you feeling a little inadequate.

You’re not alone!

Everyone feels the stress of being a maker or a blogger. We all feel like everyone else is winning and we don’t always feel like we’re on top of our game.

Today’s Guest

Here to assure you that you aren’t alone in this struggle is, Jewell, the amazing woman behind the Our Maker Life movement. She has a passion and calling in her life to bring makers together, from all walks of life, to support one another and celebrate each other’s successes.

You’ll Learn

  • About Jewell and her journey and calling to build OML – the Our Maker Life Movement.
  • Her number one pain point as a maker and Etsy shop owner.
  • Style copying – what it is and how to deal with it.
  • Why collaboration over competition is so important to our success.
  • How to deal with the competition we have with ourselves.

Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear from Jewell!

Links & Resources

Find Jewell on Instagram @northknits and the rest of the OML dream team; @knitbrooks @loopnthreads @la.reserve.design

Thanks for Listening!

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2 thoughts on “Dealing with Maker Stress | The BHooked Podcast Episode 29

  • Ok, I hope this isn’t a dumb question but I keep hearing you using the same word over and over, maker. I get, designer, but what is the definition of a maker? Love the Podcast!

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