I get asked the same question a lot – what do you do? And it’s kind of a tricky one to answer. I know it as being a content creator. I help businesses create digital content to promote their products and services. But on any given day, that looks different. And I work for myself… so the title isn’t really enough to suit the description.
When I tell people that I’m a content creator, I get this kind of wide eyed look like they’re waiting for me to get to the punch line. To put it the shortest way I know how, my mom and I run Beaufort Proper, a boutique clothing company here in town that works mostly in online sales and traveling pop ups. At least half of my time is spent working to promote the business and dealing directly with our customers.
The store is located on a four acre private property that we also rent out a few times a year as a wedding venue. These days, the wedding business is BOOMING. Late fall is hands down the best time of year to get married in Eastern North Carolina, because you’ve just missed hurricane season, the weather is much more temperate, and things haven’t gotten too chilly and rainy here yet.
Then, I also freelance on the side, doing pretty much the same thing I do for Beaufort Proper, but contracted out to tons of different types of businesses around the globe. That means I’m:
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