In love with "being my own boss" I started a few other business ventures, but that's where a new trouble began. Quickly my 4 hour workweeks turned into 20, then 40+. I was bootstrapping my way to self-employed, not what I signed up for.
After finding out I was pregnant with my little man, Kailo Shae, I knew I had just 9 months to figure out how to build a business machine that worked for me, not the other way around. That's when Moms Freedom Maker was born.
I invested heavily into my personal growth and development spendings thousands of dollars and hours in the trenches, upleveling myself for this moment. Ditched the stage fright and started speaking up about these often glamorized entrepreneurial problems.
Now? I'm here to drive my Freedom Maker movement and notion that you don't have to make sacrifices, mama.
You can build a business that doesn't hold you back, you don't need to feel guilty when you step away from the desk and you can fulfill your life's purpose without it jeopardizing your quality of life.
That, my friend, is what being a business owner is all about.