Balancing life as a mom and entrepreneur can be tricky, but it's not out of reach.
In 2013, I became a stay-at-home mom with a side-hustle, and I learned many things about success in my business the hard way. Over the years, I have refined my processes to keep my home and business running smoothly.
Being a working mom used to mean huge sacrifices for our families. On the other hand, staying home with our children used to be a career-ending decision. Thankfully, it doesn't have to be that way.
We can invest in our families without neglecting our retirement plans; it just requires strategy and intention. That's where I come in.
Being a mom can make you a better leader, and being a leader can make you a better mom.