I Quit My Design Job

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I Quit My Design Job

It's over?

I quit. It's not an easy thing for someone like me to say. I pride myself on being faithful, dependable, and loyal. Over the years these values have only intensified. So to leave a job I've enjoyed working at for 6 years was a big decision. Before working for the Oklahoma web design firm I resigned from I worked for an advertising agency for 2 years. I've really enjoyed all the clients, learning, designing, and opportunities working for other companies has provided, but I'm ready for the next chapter. 

It's only the beginning.

I'm ready to grow. As you know myheartcreative's blog has always had some personal post and that will continue. I'll be growing as an individual, professional, and small business owner and sharing the journey as always. My husband and partner, Sam, helped me develop myheartcreative into a full service design studio. We will continue to build on our creative roots and watch our studio blossom into our dreams.

Quitting my job is going to give me a more flexible schedule for my family and provide more time for me to focus on myheartcreative's products as well as myheartcreative's design services. There's a lot of sewing and creating to do! So no fear, Sam and I are jumping in and we're off to a great start. myheartcreative is currently accepting new clients and offering expertise in these areas:

  • Website Design
  • Stationery Package
  • Print Design
  • Ad Design
  • Invitation Design
  • Logo Design

 

See more of our expertise here. Want to know more? Learn about us here or contact us online to get in touch. 

"Great work is done by people who are not afraid to be great." - Fernando Flores

2 comments (Add your own)

1. Janice Latimer wrote:
Congradulations and good luck Amy! So proud of your accomplishments! Good luck with this new chapter!

Fri, August 22, 2014 @ 8:13 AM

2. Jim Watson wrote:
Congrats, Amy. It can be a scary step, but you have the strength and determination to make it work. So exciting! Very proud of you. You will do great. Best wishes in your new role and career.

Fri, August 22, 2014 @ 9:38 AM

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