It’s summer time ladies and that means you’re in need of a super inspiring summer reading list. I have scoured the internet to find the best of the best books for the fempreneur, mompreneur, girlboss, bossbabe, or whatever else you’d like to call yourself. I have read a few on the list and plan to work my way through the rest by the end of the summer. There’s nothing quite like the sense of peace and satisfaction I get from grabbing a book (or my phone), heading to the beach, and learning about the lives of successful women.
Congratulations on your new baby! Bringing home the newest addition to your family can stir up so many feelings (thank you hormones) from joy and excitement to fatigue and stress. All of which are totally okay, by the way.
Maybe this isn’t your first baby and you’re already a pro swaddler, but if you’ve recently started a blog or work from home business, then you’re probably asking a lot more questions this time around than the standard “should my baby be spitting up this much?”
My point is parenting is hard and so is running a blog or freelance business. Put the two together and you’re bound to face some obstacles and serious stress. Whether this is your first baby or tenth and whether you’ve been blogging for a year or want to start, these tips are for you.
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Five weeks ago we brought home baby Emma and life has been a blur since. From losing my biggest client to watching our toddler throw tantrum after tantrum from jealousy, finding the motivation and time to get work in has been tough. Tough but definitely not impossible thanks to some key tools and tricks I use to maximize my time at home.
CONGRATULATIONS!! You’ve started your freelance business and have already landed a client or two. This is such great news and I hope you’re as excited about it as I am excited for you.
I have been freelance writing since January of 2016 and my business has definitely grown and changed into something that can actually help support my family. It has evolved into not only a freelance writing business but also a social media management and virtual assistant business. I’ve gone from working with only 2 clients at a time to a dozen, and back down to one.
Since January of this year, I’ve pretty much only been working with one client because the pay was enough to significantly contribute to our household income. Though that hasn’t changed yet, I’m starting to feel it’s time to take on more clients and expand my business.