It's time for more.
What is really being said when this question is asked and how we can change the narrative to support mothers in the workforce.
With the holidays just around the corner, it is easy to get caught up in the overwhelm of it all. When I feel scatterbrained like this, I take a deep breath and truly ground myself.
I have a confession. I am terrible at letting people help me in my business. Even with an assistant, I have to go over my list multiple times before I find the right tasks to offboard. My assistant is amazingly capable and can take on anything I give her. So this is all just an internal problem for me. I had this pointed out to me and decided to run an experiment to get better at accepting help. In the experiment, I had to say “Yes” to everything that was offered to me for 48 hours.
I get a lot of questions about prepping for maternity leave. Many service-based entrepreneurs don’t think they have any options. They either answer emails from the hospital bed or they shutter their business for a few months and hope they’ll have something to come back to. It is my mission to shout from the rooftops that there are so many more options!
This past March I had the privilege of joining Kelsie Brunick on her podcast, Permission to Grow, to discuss my journey from the corporate world to running my own business while being a new mom.
Why I won't start a Facebook group
“Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious and adding the meaningful”- John Maeda
This week we talk to the planners. You know who you are...
With Father’s Day this past weekend, I have been doing a bit of reflection upon all the Dads in my life.
Are you ready to simplify your business to spend more time with your children?
Your tribe is your greatest business asset. But how do you connect with people in a way that's meaningful to you?
Everyone I talk to, (business owner or not) has ideas for a business.
Exhausted from pregnancy? Playing with a baby on the floor? These may seem like times that you have to put work away, but think again.
Childcare is expensive and solopreneur income can be unpredictable. Here's how to work with a baby at home without childcare.
How much time should you take for maternity leave as an online business owner? Here's one story.
My creativity died during pregnancy. Here are my tips to work around this affliction.
Babies and business aren't supposed to mix. I'm challenging this assumption and proving that a baby has made me better at running my business.
The allure of a corporate job for a pregnant entrepreneur.
Nesting happens to most pregnant women. Have your nesting efforts been directed toward your business?
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