If anyone knows what it means to work full-time, it’s a mom. Here’s why mothers are the perfect fit for the mompreneur club and how to balance the journey.
Soon after I gave birth to my son, I remember telling my friends I wanted to start a freelance business. They all raised a wry eyebrow.
I recently completed my first year as a parent and my fourth as an entrepreneur. The journey thus far has been more of a roller coaster than a victory lap.
An article published by The Atlantic, Why Women Still Can’t Have It All, has always fueled me. I wanted nothing more than to prove that writer wrong.
Mom guilt is real! So here are 5 tips to help you feel good as a mom, entrepreneur and the super hero that you are, while you get things done.
As a work at home mom, I’ve mastered the art of finishing things quickly. Here are 10 productivity tips that help me get anything done in 24 hours.
Lessons on how to reach your full potential both as a mother and as a professional.
Having a baby is a big deal. Having a baby while running a startup is an even bigger deal.
I say, let’s start making a shift away from pursuing productivity in favor of pursuing this instead.
I am still in the early stages of my business and I am still learning so much as a parent.