My Journal – A Female Entrepreneur

If my proactive self-care health app ever gets anywhere, please feel free to then review my journey. My aim is to create a Start-Up App Business in Cornwall.

Making salad and working on laptop

Salad delivers a good amount of greenery and nourishment

Right now, I am at the stage where I am starting to create a single-function prototype on Appsheet, which synchronises data from a spreadsheet.

I’ve used Appsheet for 3 days now, as Paula Abdul sung, two steps forward and one step back. I am learning. Still so much I don’t know and Appsheet seem to have few employees and no-one to ask processes directly from. I do my first webinar with them next week.

I will tell my story in pictures, writing and other stuff if it’s relevant, without skipping over any details.

About makingspace4life

Currently on an incubator program at Falmouth University - Launchpad - and an MSc in Entrpeneurship. I moved to Cornwall in 2011 and did an MA in professional writing. A keen writer who enjoys life. Favourite activities include: painting, travelling on a budget to enjoy small luxuries, self-advocacy, comedy, film, books, ideas, conversations, team sports and gardening. (Currently limited to my basil plant and any others looking thirsty).
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