Its 2021 and although I am happy to leave it behind, 2020 was not all bad. Dang Cute Fish grew a lot and we were able to make a lot of progress in the shop and its been so fun connecting over a shared passion of fish! I moved to Florida, and was very fortunate to never experience a furlough. We had a a crazy holiday shopping season, and I ended the year feeling optimistic about a dang cute future.
My goal is always to post every day on the business accounts (@dangcutefish and @kellifishes, *wink wink*) and while that doesn't always happen (and I've already missed a few days in 2021) I think that is one of the most important things I need to work on this year. I've learned on social media that posting regularly and interacting with others is the most important thing for growth. I often get in my head about posts, thinking they are not good enough or that posting too many products will seem spammy. But that's just excuses to prevent taking risks, and if there is anything 2020 has taught us, its that life is short and precious and we need to push on, be our authentic selves, and jump in with both feet!
So congratulations on making it through with me and I hope you will join me on this journey!
- ❤ Kelli
And this is an Australian lungfish, because what's the point of a post without a #dangcutefish