S3E9 - Coming Back from Burnout with Stephanie Gilbert


Stephanie Gilbert is both the Founder and Creative Director of Small Talk Social, a boutique social media agency for lifestyle brands and modern entrepreneurs. When she's not working with clients, Stephanie uses the online side of her business to help other bloggers + creative business owners tell their brand’s unique story through social media. And with many shifts and growth in her business in the past year, Stephanie’s no stranger to feeling burnout when it comes to business, so today we’re talking about burnout and how to care for yourself even when other aspects of your life are running away with you.


  • Stephanie’s burnout story
  • Seasons of hustle and seasons of flow
  • Self-care for your business
  • Finding a buffer or ritual to transition from work to home life when you work from home
  • Sunshine and the outdoors as a major part of self-care
  • How to start taking things off your plate as a business owner
  • How to be connected to social media without feeling addicted to social media


Mindfulness about how work affects everything else in your life is necessary to avoid burnout. [click to tweet]

If you want to start growing your business in any way, start recognizing that you need processes. [click to tweet]

Creating a process is necessary so you can step back. [click to tweet]

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