Running a business while raising babies brings up a lot of feelings that seem contradictory to each other (but really aren’t). I love spending time with my girls AND I want more time away from them to work on my business.
Google search “how to start a business” and you’ll see over a million results of blog posts, memes, YouTube videos, classes, courses, and business coaches all saying how wonderful it is having your own business and that it’s the only path to freedom and wealth.
My role in my business has changed, as have my priorities and lifestyle. My outlook on life is far different now from what it was before… so I’m making some changes in my business to align with who I am now.
October. There’s a chill in the air now.
Autumn has arrived. One season is coming to a close and another is beginning.
When a season comes to an end, it’s the perfect time to finish projects.
Wrap things up. Get shit DONE.
There’s so much satisfaction in finishing something.
As someone who struggles with mental illness and is also married to someone with a mental health disorder, all I can say is that it’s not easy.
Everyone knows that self-care is good for you, but what no one talks about is how self-care is also good for your business. That was a conversation I was recently part of.
I'm regarded as a money, business, writing, and mental health expert and have been featured by numerous media outlets, including CNBC, Business Insider, Elephant Journal, Citi Bank, and Insider Inc.
Nah. It's mostly because I'm a good storyteller. I take complicated topics and simplify them with stories, analogies, metaphors, and examples from my own life. That's what you'll find on my blog.