Hey, I'm Sarah Jackson, and I'm the founder at Nutribloom.

Tell us all about your business...

I am a Registered Nutritionist and Yoga teacher. I offer one to one sessions with clients, workshops and group classes. My customers range from corporate businesses to private athlete consultations.

What's your background and motivation to get into the solopreneur life?

I am very passionate about an accessible, healthy life for everyone. No matter what your background is or where you come from, good nutrition is important.

I want to help people distinguish what is complete nutrition nonsense and get back to good, hearty food that serves a purpose.

As a solopreneur, what does success ultimately mean to you?

Helping people have a healthy relationship with food and movement.

What are the top 3 tips you'd give to anyone looking to start, run or grow a business today?

Find your niche and stick to it, try not to switch to what is popular or doing well as your time will come.

What are some of the things you put in place to maintain a healthy work/life balance and to keep it all together?

I make sure I go outside every day, especially with the pandemic... fresh air can help with my motivation a lot.
I try not to work late or go on my work emails after a certain time and I enjoy my spare time to the fullest!

If there was one thing you could do repeatedly to help grow your business, what would it be?

Make useful content for people to learn from in a clear and relatable way!

For anyone looking to start a business tomorrow, what would be the number one bit of advice you'd give them.

Write a detailed plan and speak to as many people as you can from different walks of life

Where can people find you online?

You can find me at nutribloom.co.uk, and on Instagram @sarahjnutrition.

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