INFUSE JOY: A Podcast with Sarajane Case

Episode Thirty Two: 10 Things I do Each Week to Keep my Shit Together.

In today’s episode we are discussing things I do each week to get my shit together. Having these things that I check in with on a weekly basis ensures that I can trust myself to take care of the things that need to be done so that I can thrive in my work and my life! 

Before we dive in, I want to tell you about Patreon. I’ve officially launched a patreon account for my listeners to have a community where I can more deeply connect with you. The Patreon account will have members only videos, podcasts, workshops and even at the highest level time for us to hang out together 1:1. I am beyond excited about this opportunity to create content that dives deeper into my work and life so that I can more deeply make an impact. JOIN US ON PATREON HERE:

Now, let’s talk about the 10 things I do each week to keep my shit together!

Episode Thirty One: Not Really Famous

I've been blogging and social media-ing for close to a decade to varying degrees of success and all along I've run into some very real problems and complications and discomforts that I've always felt like I wasn't allowed to feel and I'd be terrible to express. As Instagram has begun to grow and more and more myself, my friends and loved ones are gaining larger and larger followings I am seeing that we are all sharing similar experiences and we all feel like we can't talk about it. So, I'm doing what I do best and I'm talking about it.

Why? I think the world is better when we understand each other. I think most people want to be kind and considerate and thoughtful, we just don't always know the struggles of someone else. So, here we are. If you are someone who has a large-ish social media following, I hope this makes you feel less alone. If you don't have a large social media following, I hope this allows you to see that you are just fine and we are just normal people too. If you don't care about social media at all, you're probably reading the wrong article so…

Here are my top 10 things I wish people understood about having a large-ish social media presence.



Episode Thirty: 5 Changes to Make Now if You Want to Prevent Burnout

I know you’ve done it, you’ve fallen in love with something and you loved it so much that you decided you could make money off of it. You turn that hobby into a business only to find yourself feeling constant frustration and guilt. Then, this thing that once brought you so much joy is now the last thing you’d ever want to do! 

Burnout is the number one killer of our passions and we shouldn’t take that lightly. 

After all, our passions are the reason we wake up in the morning. They are often the fuel we need to get through a hard day. We should cherish them, nourish them and let them pour back into us! That’s what I want for you! 

 I’ve compiled my top 5 tips for preventing burnout in your business. Take a few moments, let ‘em sink in and see what changes you could make today.  

You are worth it and your business won't survive without it. 


Episode Twenty Nine: Why You Should Give Up the Hustle!

The word is everywhere.

“Good things come to those who hustle.”

“Hustle until you no longer have to introduce yourself.”

“Hustle until your haters ask if you’re hiring.”

“Hustlers don’t sleep, they nap.”

I know it started with good intentions. It can be motivating to realize that it doesn’t matter how talented you are at something right now, that if you work hard enough you will eventually get there.

The truth is, it is the reality that if you want something great for your life you’re going to have to be focused and dedicated and you’re going to have to work hard.

However, this reminder that good things take work has pushed past itself into encouraging people who are already working hard to work long days, compete over hours worked in a week wearing our exhaustion like a badge of honor. We create complexes around rest and we forget that most people became self-employed so they didn’t have to kill themselves for a dollar.

Today, I want to encourage you to stop glorifying the hustle. Let’s not pretend like losing sleep, working 18 hour days, missing out on time with our family and loved ones is something to be proud of.

Just as important as it is to be realistic with how much work it’s going to take, it’s also important to know that mindless hours put in isn’t the way to get what you want. I want to encourage you to work better, not more! Here are my 5 major reasons you should give up the hustle!



Episode Twenty Eight: Access Inspiration

Today’s episode is all about Inspiration! For those of us living creative lives or even making money from being creative, a lack of inspiration can feel like a blow to the gut. Have you ever been in the position where you needed to create a blog post, a social media post or even write an article or plan a photoshoot that you were being paid for and you sit down to start creating and you’re dry. There’s nothing there. You’re empty. depleted. spent. There’s a special kind of panic reserved for creative entrepreneurs and freelancers. You find yourself wondering if your entire life is going to fall apart if you don’t get your mojo back. Have no fear! I’ve lived this creative entrepreneur life for many years and have analyzed every single second of it. I have spent years getting clear on what depletes my inspiration, how to tell when my inspiration cup is running low and ways in which we can fill it back up both quickly for immediate access but also changes we can make to keep it full longer.