Do you feel like a rockstar mom, wife, daughter, sister, employee and coworker? Or Is your “I’ll figure it out” attitude
It always served you well before, right? You’ve been on your career path and sure, you’ve even had obstacles. But you were always able to push through them and come out the other side stronger and with valuable experience to draw from.
But this whole Mom thing has really shifted things. (And “shifted” is the sugar-coated version.) Basically, “I’ll figure it out” doesn’t quite work the same way anymore. None of this looks like how you thought it would.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been doing what any smart, intelligent and career-driven woman does: Google it!
- “How can I work from home?”
- “How to replace income with a flexible schedule.”
- “How much wine is too much wine?”
Okay, that last one is a different can of worms….
Bottom line is you are probably spinning your wheels at this point.
You know you want and need a change. You even have an idea of what that change might look like…
Work from home. Do something I LOVE. Have a flexible schedule. Be with my kids more. Work in sweatpants.
You just have no clue how to get there.
You need action steps. You NEED a plan and you need the plan to be simple.
I’ve got you girl! Let’s figure this out together.
I’m ready to schedule my 15-Minute Working Mom Action Call!
Three years ago, I was sitting on my couch, stress-crying and googling the same darn things you are. I was a corporate chick in marketing for nearly a decade, but after I had my daughter, it wasn’t fulfilling and it left me feeling frustrated and empty.
I wasn’t doing a good job at any of my roles, work or personal. When I took life by the horns and did the work to start steering it in the direction that made sense for me and my family, everything fell into place. (I mean, I still have like five loads of laundry to do at any given time, but whatever.)
Listen, I know it’s hard to make a change. But I also know you’re probably at the spot where something has GOT to give. You have the opportunity to be a happier member of your family while still being a contributing member to the finances. And you owe that to yourself and your family.
This is an investment in your family and yourself. Both are important.
If you have a spark of an idea of how things could be different, let me show you how you can make that happen!