frequently asked questions
It is! However that branches in a few different ways. The Papaya Podcast, The Blog, Pink Papaya App. As a creator you can find me on Facebook, Instagram and Tiktok!
I began blogging when my daughters Maya and Jemma were toddlers, and I named the blog after their nicknames. Jemma “birdie” Maya “papaya”
It began during a season of life that I was a stay at home mom, living 6 hours away from friends and family and struggle to feel connected to the world. I began reading blogs and was so amazed at how I felt seen in these shared experiences. But, eventually, I wanted to talk back, write, create, craft. So with a broken lap top and googling “how to code a blog” I began The Birds Papaya
I started because I longed to connect with others. Now, I get to do that every day. Finding community in something as simple, yet as complex, as an app in your phone is just such an amazing thing.
First of all, thanks for asking! Collaborating with others is such a fun part of the job and truly how we keep it going! You can email us at [email protected]
The answer is never no. Currently, we do not have any open positions, but being that this is a business to which each can create and build upon opportunities within the company, it’s always ok to shoot your shot.
I think I’d be working in marketing, it’s always been a passion of mine!
None. Scary isn’t it?
Tapping into the parts of us that often don’t get indulged.
By stopping chasing the feeling of love and instead show up in the action of love!
I have some pretty big boundaries around family and work time. For instance, you will rarely see me “work” on a weekend, or in the evenings. I try my best to keep it 9-5 and work after they go to bed if I need to make up for loss time or to hit a deadline.