It is sometimes more feasible to start out as Part-time while you build up clients and experience and hold down a full time job as well to make sure you have enough income. Once you have become established in your area with enough clients and experience, you can venture into full time. It is a double edged sword though. If you are part time, you may not have enough time to devote to it which could lead to bad experiences for your clients, and if you are full time, you have to make sure you are working hard enough to get the amount of income you need. It is a balance that is sometimes hard to manage...but with time, experience, and mentorship, it can be well worth it!