The Real Female Entrepreneur

G&G 110: The Growing Pains of Growing a Magazine with Sarah Hartley

Season 2Lauren FrontieraComment

EPISODE SNEAK PEEK:

"I still have really no idea how to run a magazine. You know, two years later, I'm still figuring it out."

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with Sarah Hartley


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WHAT'S IN THIS EPISODE?

Starting a magazine was always a dream on her bucket list. Until she really did it.

In this episode, I sat down with Sarah Hartley, creator and Editor-In-Chief of Holl and Lane Magazine, to hear her journey of taking this bucket list dream and making it a reality. Spoiler alert: making your dream a reality is hard and exhausting and not at all the glamorous Hollywood-esque journey you'd imagine.

Sarah is abso-freaking-lutely amazing and shares it all - from burnout to not being able to pay her team to big mistakes that resulted in her customers getting charged twice.

Whether you're in the weeds of growing your business or are just dreaming about one day turning your bucket list dream into a business-reality ... this. episode. is. amazing. Do yourself a huge favor, grab something good to drink, and listen.


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WHO IS SARAH HARTLEY?

Sarah Hartley is the creator and editor in chief of Holl & Lane Magazine, a magazine dedicated to showcasing real life from real women. Searching for a magazine that featured honest life in a beautiful way, that would give women a voice and a platform, Sarah set out to create that magazine. She publishes stories on infertility, miscarriage, mental health, body image, self-care, love and loss, and so much more. She wants to show women that they are not alone.

She is also a wife to Brandon, a mom to Henry, and lives near Pittsburgh, PA where she works as a marketing coordinator. In her (minimal) spare time, she loves to read, have dance parties with her son, and enjoy a beer with her husband at the end of a long week. 


MORE OF SARAH

www.hollandlanemag.com

Holl and Lane on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest

Sarah's post in their Editors Corner: "Let's Talk Money"