Kat Armstrong: Celebritease


On Saying Goodbye To Celebritease

Knowing when to let go is as important as knowing when to hold on


As you may or may not have noticed over recent weeks/months, I've been blogging just a bit less. Between this here blog, the work I do with countless small businesses, and my own budding business, This Little Piggy in Toronto, my life is shifting. I got rid of my cable TV early this year, and wouldn't have time to go to the movies even if I really wanted to. 

So, I've decided that it's time to say goodbye to YMC and change course a bit. I love change. It's scary and what-if filled and sometimes nerve wracking, but it's important for personal growth. And I'm growing. When I started writing for YMC in 2012, I had a 15-month-old baby, a job at a prominent charity, and had loads of time to write this blog. It was awesome. In the 26 months since, I've had another child, opened a business and started working on different writing pieces. 

I've had so much fun writing this here blog, meeting cool people, doing fun interviews and the like, but I've got to spread my wings! I'm so proud of all the work I've done, and all that I've written. 

If it wasn't for YMC, I wouldn't be able to say that I've guested on a national morning show.

If it wasn't for YMC, I don't know that I'd be able to say that I've been published in the Huffington Post. 

If it wasn't for YMC, I wouldn't be able to say that I've met The Wiggles, Chris Murphy, Jessica Alba, and more. 

If it wasn't for YMC, I'm not sure I could truly say I would have found my voice in such a way, but I have, I did and it's been awesome. 

So, thanks to everyone for all the support over the last few years! I wasn't sure how I was going to be received here, but it's been really great. I'm not going to stop writing, and have a few tricks still up my sleeve. I hope you're following me on twitter (@kitten_arms) so we can stay in touch, and thanks so much for reading!