I started my freelance writing business January 2006. It’s come a long way since then. But last year, during the pandemic, I realized it hadn’t changed much in at least seven years. So I decided to break a window.
I talked about it with my wife first. She didn’t want to do it. Then, about a year later, out of the blue, she said, “let’s do it!”
So we did it.
What did we do exactly? We got rid of everything we owned, except for a few clothes and what we needed to run a business, converted a Chevy Express into a campervan, and hit the road. I am now a roving freelance writer. The business is still running, the clients still get served, and we can travel and see the country (something I couldn’t do nailed down to my desk in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania for 15 years).
Watch the video. This is me explaining my reasoning for breaking a window.