Why Every Biz Mom Needs A Vision Board

Why Every Biz Mom Needs A Vision Board

Every biz mom needs a vision board to keep her business and her family’s goals, dreams, and visions in mind- and in SIGHT.  As moms, we’re expected to keep all the balls in the air all the time. You know, like keeping the kids fed, clothed, and happy while also keeping the house from burning down (bonus points if it’s actually clean, too!). And if you’re running a business on top of all that, it can feel downright impossible sometimes. Now here’s the part where I wish I could tell you that I’ve found the magic solution to all of that, starting with taking away the “mental load” of a mom, along with society’s expectations that she be the sole keeper of it.  When I…

Reheat Your Cup: The Busy Mom’s Guide to Recharging Amidst the Chaos

Reheat Your Cup: The Busy Mom’s Guide to Recharging Amidst the Chaos

“Mom! Mom! Mommy! MOMMMMM!” You hear these familiar shouts from your kids constantly. Sometimes it seems like the most adorable thing ever. But other times, you think the sound of nails on a chalkboard would be less annoying. I know, I know. We don’t like to admit it, but sometimes we just feel downright annoyed by our sweet tiny humans. And recharging amidst the chaos feels impossible. That doesn’t mean you’re a bad mom- it’s normal!!!  But if you find yourself snapping at your kids with a simple request for more milk (for the 136,000th time today), you just might be a little burnt out. I know we’ve all heard it a million times, “you can’t pour from an empty cup.”  While I agree with the…

How To Change Your Mindset To Change Your Business For The Better

How To Change Your Mindset To Change Your Business For The Better

If you’re struggling to achieve success in your online business, it’s time to change your mindset to change your business. Let me be the first to admit- motivational quotes, especially those about being a “boss babe” or a “momtrepreneur” used to make me cringe. I would roll my eyes and tell you this “you can do anything you set your mind to” stuff was a bunch of crap. And I truly believed that. But at the same time, I’d still feel jealousy settle into a pit in my stomach when I’d scroll past successful “WAHM” posts with their sprigs of freshly picked flowers nestled on top of their reclaimed wood farmhouse tables in their immaculate, white kitchens. (Didn’t these people have kids?! Where were the…