Starting your own business, especially for the first time, is a major life transition—and even positive transitions are by definition stressful. If you're considering starting a business after a major life transition (you've been fired, you're getting divorced, and so on), here's what to keep in mind.

Katherine Swarts

Katherine Swarts is a freelance blogger and content marketer specializing in health, lifestyle, and business articles for medium-to-large-sized companies. Her main website is www.HoustonFreelanceWriter.com.

Besides creating blog posts and other content for health and business websites, Katherine is an experienced magazine writer whose articles have appeared in Highlights for Children, Bird Watcher’s Digest, and The Upper Room, among others. She lives in Houston, Texas, and worked on through Hurricane Harvey in 2017 (recently touching on that experience in a guest post for BeAFreelanceBlogger.com). She also holds membership in the National Alliance on Mental Illness and in the Nonfiction Authors Association.

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How to Start a Business When You’re Starting Your Whole Life Over

Starting your own business, especially for the first time, is a major life transition—and even positive transitions are by definition stressful. If you're considering starting a business after a major life transition (you've been fired, you're getting divorced, and so on), here's what to keep in mind. Read more »

Starting your own business, especially for the first time, is a major life transition—and even positive transitions are by definition stressful. If you're considering starting a business after a major life transition (you've been fired, you're getting divorced, and so on), here's what to keep in mind.