A Daydream Café
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A Daydream Café

I can’t pick a niche; I have ADHD.

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I have spent hours upon hours reading articles about businesses. Most articles will tell you that the most important thing is to find your niche. Your niche is where all the problems will be solved. You’ll find your niche, and suddenly the customers will appear.

As if.

I’ve lost countless hours trying to figure out what my niche would be. I can talk about being a mom because…

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Jasmine De Leon

Jasmine De Leon

ADHD. Mom. Coffee lover. Forever sad girl. Writing about the millions of things filling my brain.

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