As you explore my site, you’ll find resources and stories on entrepreneurship, personal development, and the digital nomad lifestyle. I left my 9-5 job when I was 24 to pursue a location independent life! My home base is Billings, Montana, my home town. I run this blog and resource website along with a digital marketing company, Enclave Marketing.

Business + Entrepreneurship

Books + Personal Development


Travel + Digital Nomad Lifestyle

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Every post I write is related to what I’m passionate about, whether that’s business, faith, travel, or books!

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Hey there!

I’m Teresa Mae Anderson, an entrepreneur who is passionate about personal growth, adding value to others, and online marketing. Just a small town Montana girl with a computer and some moxie!



Are you like me and always searching for personal development + business resources? If so, jump on over to the resources page!


Top Blog Posts



Top 3 Lessons from Reading Girl, Wash Your Face

Girl, Wash Your Face is 20 chapters of pure inspiration and a good kick in the butt! Rachel Hollis discusses topics that so many are afraid to dive into. She also isn't afraid to tell it like it is. Reading this is the equivalent of sage advice from a personal life coach.


Top 5 favorite Podcasts

Recently, I have become a bit obsessed with Podcasts! They are perfect to put on while your cleaning, working out, driving, or getting some work done. I believe that it is so important to always be learning. Your capacity to learn doesn’t disappear the second you graduate from school.


Disneyland travel & birthday tips

I recently made a trip to Disneyland with some friends for my 25th birthday. I know, I’ve already done a post on Disneyland, but I have learned a few more updated tricks to share! Before this trip, I hadn’t been to Disneyland since 2014, which was right after I graduated college. So, this is an up to date overview of Disneyland and how I like to spend my time there!


Working From Home

It seems that everyone's dream is the ability to get their work done from home. As a recently designated "work from home" business owner I can tell you their are some great pros to getting your work done in your PJs. Their are, of course, also a few cons of the experience. So, here are 6 pros and cons of working from home!

I don’t want to be afraid of bright colors, or new sounds, or big love, or risky decisions, or strange experiences, or weird endeavors, or sudden changes, or even failure.
— Elizabeth Gilbert