Believe in People

Yesterday was my last day as an employee.

After nearly 5 years service to the shopping TV industry I’ve left those studios for the last time. It was a bitter-sweet moment and I left in tears, so unbelievably sad to be leaving my friends. Yet I know making the scary move to running my wedding blog full time is the only way for me. I can’t wait to see what the future has in store for me…for us.

My best friend sent me this card. It also made me cry.

“I just wanted to say I am uber proud of you and that I’m chuffed to bits. It doesn’t feel that long ago since we spend two long days standing in the cold, leafleting outside the National Wedding Show. Now there isn’t a person in the wedding world who doesn’t know about the gorgeous pink haired lady. You deserve every single bit of sucess, credit and love that has since come your way.”

TEARS Carly, you make me cry actual TEARS.

24 comments

  1. Oh well done you Kat. I can imagine the enormity of leaving last night will be with you on an emotional level for some time yet.

    You will be fine. These are exciting times and you have worked hard to get where you are now.

    So much love :)

    xXx

  2. More exciting times lie ahead Kat!

    A great inspiration to us all – look forward to seeing where you take the blog next.

    C

  3. great adventures ahead Kat I’m sure! Tis the curse of the freelancer, the job involves equal measures of excitement and fear!
    Just hold your head up and believe in what you are doing, plus it means you can stay in your pj’s all day if you want to ; )

  4. Well congratulations, have a bit of cheese on me…’The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step’. There’s plenty more gorgonzola where that came from but I won’t spoil you ;)

  5. Change is scary, but change can be really good and it is something you have word exceptionally hard for, well done on taking those steps , and its a beautiful card x

  6. You have a brilliant friend (with good taste in cards). Taking up a business full time is really scary (and stupidly stressful) but so worth it. Might have helped that I despised my job before though…

    In shirt: GOOD LUCK! You’ll ace it, no doubt.

  7. Elizabeth

    I watched your final moments at work on TV last night with my fiance (who has a particular interest as he is also a producer for a shopping channel!). You looked great and it was all very moving! I’m glad you can focus full time on this site as it can only get better and better (and it’s already pretty damn perfect)!! Good luck, it’s gonna be great! x

  8. Congratulations!!!

    I hope this new path is everything you wish for and more and that its filled with many people that believe in you and support you

    Simone
    xxxx

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