I know first-hand that freedom and flexibility can’t co-exist with stress and overwhelm.

After moving from Finland to California I started a photography business — which is how I got sucked into the culture of overworking. There was always more to be done and I felt like I couldn’t take a break. Eventually Ideveloped night-time headaches that kept me awake all night.

I had no choice but to get off the hamster wheel, prioritize balance, and design a more sustainable approach to business.

It’s possible to marry business and balance.

Leveraging my psychology training and love for minimalism, I created a plan to work less – without sacrificing my income. I made space for rest, nature, relationships, and my wellbeing: the basics of everyday Finnish life I had neglected.

A few years of refinements and practice later, I’m closer to the freedom, flexibility, and work-life balance that I had imagined when I first started my business.

And I want to help you experience the same.

Grab a 4-step exercise to reduce your marketing tasks at www.jennahellberg.com/guide and listen to the Building Balance podcast for weekly thoughts and tips.

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Jenna Hellberg

Jenna Hellberg

Helping solo business owners be more productive and create work-life balance. Get my 4-step exercise to reduce your marketing tasks→ www.jennahellberg.com/guide