• By:

This is the journey I took from being a “cubicle-dweller” to having my own business and working from home full-time as a virtual assistant. It’s a long story and you certainly don’t have to read all of it. But I hope that if you do, you find it encouraging. If I can do it, so can you! So here we go …. (skip to the end for a summary if you like!)

My careers before VA

I’ve worked since I was 13,

Read More »

  • By:

You want to become a virtual assistant and you’re wondering: 1. Do I need to take virtual assistant college courses? and 2. Do I need to be certified? These are common questions I hear from aspiring VAs so, as an experienced virtual assistant, I wanted to share my thoughts.

Simply put: No and No. There, isn’t that great news? 🙂

1. Do new VAs need to take a Virtual Assistant college course?
Read More »

  • By:

You’ve decided that 1. you want to work from home, and 2. that you want to start an online business of your own. But how do you decide WHAT business to start and what to sell?

Decisions, Decisions

There are many ways you can narrow this down. I recently read Your Business Sweet Spot: Simplify Your Business, Amplify Your Results by Racheal Cook and want to suggest you do the same.

Read More »

  • By:

You may be wondering where I came up with the name for this site and what it means. Amiright?

Lucky (adj.)  Producing or resulting in good by chance.
Blessed (adj.)  Bringing pleasure, contentment or good fortune; having a sacred nature.

When I was trying to think of a name for this blog I was starting back in 2014, I wanted something that was not super-specific to one topic because I knew I wanted to write about and include different topics and offerings.

Read More »