I don’t know if you buy the Gazette or check it out online, but if you were looking yesterday you may have spotted me and my beautiful family.

In it, I spoke about starting a business as a military wife, and for those of you who don’t know the back story of how Lightbulb Chiropractic came to be, you can get a little snippet! I did also mention ColBEA in my original interview, but that didn’t make the final cut. If you’re reading this and thinking of starting a business, go and check out ColBEA as they have some amazing courses and coaches to help get things off the ground. It’s important to have a mentor who understands what you’re going through, and ColBEA have a great team to support (and challenge) you along the way.

Being chosen as one of the top 100 small businesses as part of Small Business Saturday’s SmallBiz100 has been a pretty humbling experience, and talking to Katie about the hurdles I’ve jumped to create this business made me feel a little proud of myself. It isn’t easy starting a business, let alone doing it around a young family, but it’s only thanks to you that I’ve been able to grow and expand my reach. You, my lovely clients, who share my posts and recommend me to your friends. If it wasn’t for you, I’d have absolutely no hope of getting this business off the ground!

So let me know what you think of the article next time I see you, or give it a share on Facebook and tell the world about chiropractic at the same time.

All the love,

Sarah x


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