I have been building Little Coffee Fox for several years now, and it has grown from a tiny blog into a full-time dream job. Back in the beginning, I could never have imagined this blog would ever be so successful. I never thought I would ever be more than a single voice in my own corner of the internet.
But the time has come for me to open up these digital doors and welcome in new voices to help grow and develop this site and bring it to the next level. In my search for new writers, I found an incredible wealth of skill and potential in this group of ladies. Growing the Little Coffee Fox team has been a huge leap forward for this site, and I couldn’t be happier that these wonderful women have decided to join me on this crazy blogging journey. So without further ado, please meet the members of the Little Coffee Fox team!
The Little Coffee Fox Team:
Gina Peak, Virtual Assistant and Staff Writer:
I’m Gina, mom to 3 amazing boys, Virtual Assistant, and Social Media Manager. I also started to dabble a bit in blogging. Having details planned out, list checked off, and all things organized makes me do a happy dance. I am in awe each day that I have the opportunity to do something I love. Not only do I get to help my clients meet their goals, I get to use the skills I’ve learned over the years to run a successful business. In my free time, I like to hang out with my boys and make memories filled with a lot of laughter- time passes way too fast and they just won’t stop growing up!
Alex M., Staff Writer:
I am a 24-year-old digital marketing specialist, artist, and small business owner based in Los Angeles. I started bullet journaling because I’m a data nerd and I’ve never looked back.
LeeNichole Marett, Staff Writer:
I’m LeeNichole, a 20-something bookworm and bullet journal addict. I’ve been writing professionally as a journalist for half a decade, and writing for pleasure much longer than that. When I’m not working, you’ll typically find me drinking Pepsi, reading whatever I can get my hands on, or engaged in all-out video game warfare with my husband.
Rachel W., Staff Writer:
My name is Rachel and I am the owner of Planning Mindfully, a blog focused on helping creative women improve their time management skills! I am 29 years old and I live in chilly Minnesota, where Target is typically my only refuge and source of warmth in the winter. Kidding. Well, almost! I share my time with my husband and daughter when I’m not at my job as a Clinical Assistant in Ophthalmology or absorbed in my bullet journal. I am a chronic type-B procrastinator, but living proof that anybody can use and benefit from time management and a planner.
Kim C., Staff Writer:
I am a bullet journalist living in beautiful Melbourne, Australia. I have a background in construction finance, but I am currently a stay at home mum to 3 beautiful kids. I am a self-taught artist who believes that anyone can learn to draw and create. Art is an expression of yourself, there is no wrong way to do it, just your way. I have always loved arts and crafts since I was a little girl. But as I grew up, I’d lost my way and sidelined my passion for art. I followed my head and got into finance, when I should have followed my heart and practiced my art. Since discovering the bullet journal system, it has reignited my passion of drawing and creating. It is a place where I feel the most comfortable, the freest to really express who I am.
Through bullet journalling, I’ve been able to realise one of my dreams of opening my very own Etsy sticker shop. The store is a great outlet for releasing my creativity. It encourages me to experiment with my art, to push boundaries and try new things. But also at the same time, it allows me to share my work with other people. The most amazing thing would be to see my art adorned in someone’s journal. Art has shown me that it’s never too late to pick a new career. That you can reach for the stars and follow your dreams. The magic is in seeing where it can lead you. When I am not creating or bullet journalling, I love spending time with my little family. I hope to be able to spend many more years at home with them.