Blog - Why Co-Working is going to Rock!
It was a lightbulb moment and yet it’s so bloody obvious!
Co-Working fits so neatly with the Trouble Lounge ethos we can’t work out why we didn’t do it before!
We’d been wanting to grow Trouble Lounge for a while, but it all felt it bit like the old work life family imbalance scenario.
We couldn’t properly nurture TL like we wanted to because we had to go to ‘proper’ work and yet it wasn’t growing and flourishing as a result. But we really do love TL as much as our own kids (probably more! It’s certainly easier to manage at times!!). So, what next….
Our core message has always been about finding time for the sassy ladies of Bath to take some much-needed time off (from our real-life babies, including the fellas) and connect, inspire and celebrate life’s small wins, with our ever so sparkly community. We have hosted some epic parties since we gave birth (there we go again) to our TL baby in 2017 but it needed a different working model, to get all a bit serious on you.
We (Katy and Sarah, Trouble Lounge founders) both work in social media, if you’ve met us, you’ll know that it’s rare moment to see us without our phones. Go on have a think…. you haven’t had you?! So, our lives are dominated by trying to create content for other businesses. Social Media constantly asks us to feed it content, to be on-line and stay abreast of its latest algorithmic twists and turns. To create the hashtags, write that copy, answers those queries……So, any easy wins are welcomed; celebrated!
Enter the TL Co-Working Club, a sign-up subscription-based group, for anyone running social media platforms to meet and brainstorm for the month ahead. You bring your social media mountain and we scale it as a team. Better together and all that.
And so we created our Co-Working Club.
Why Join us?
You can be sure of the same inclusivity you’ve experienced at one of our events. Everyone is welcome. No question too silly and everyone gets their turn.
Connect with other businesses who will in turn learn about you and your business but in a very informal way. The Trouble Lounge Way.
Get out of the house/office/spare room and feel like you are part of a team. We want you to do well. Makes us look good too.
Collaboration over competition. Every day. We are here to be on your team and hope you’ll wanna be in our gang too.
Plus, besties always tell bestie’s all the good stuff first, so you’ll be the first to know about all the play hard events coming up.
And each month we will bring you a little ‘be nice’ goodie. To say thanks. Because we are nice. We are all nice. It’s a Club House Rule.
Katy & Sarah #whatkatyandsarahdidinbath