So, you know what you want to do? You have a "What You Do" statement ready, rehearsed and refined? Okay! I'm so proud of you! Now, it's time to start transitioning from vision phase to reality phase. It's going to be hard for me to cover all the bases of making a transition from dream … Continue reading Mama, You Have Skills Part 3: Transitioning from Dream to Reality
Today, I'm asking you to envision yourself doing that THING you're good at and want to do at home in this exercise, even if you have no clue how it's going to come together. Getting a vision for "what you do" is key to starting this mama biz.
When I started writing this post, it was clear that honing skills is an important topic. I'm going to break it into three parts - find & hone your thing, build your "what you do" statement, and figure out your next steps. I believe experience is the best teacher. Falling on your face and figuring … Continue reading Mama, You Have Skills Part One – Find & Hone Your Thing
Are you ready to start this WAHM thing? A little secret is I didn't really develop a hardcore business plan when I started my freelance writing and marketing business. Don't forget to KISS (Keep it simple, sister) your plan I can get bogged down in planning and never get something off the ground. I had a … Continue reading Starting a Business at Home: 5 Honest Questions to Get You Started
Almost 11 years ago, I started a business at home. It's one of the few things I've kept going for the better part of a decade. Here's how you can do it too.
This blog was born of a need - a mama 🙋🏼 needing to get back in touch with herself. We mamas aren't just caregivers and taxi drivers. We're ladies looking to do something big in this world. My personal aim is to be a woman seeking Christ in all I do, to be a helpmeet to … Continue reading Welcome!
When I was in my early twenties I traveled a lot for work. While I was traveling, I listened to get-out-of-debt guru Dave Ramsey's radio show almost every day. I was attracted to this show because his way of living is different. He likes to call people weird. He likes to celebrate not having debt. … Continue reading Why I Spent Nights, Weekends and Early Mornings Working on a Dream to Stay Home