Stuck working 8-12 hours a day because that’s the only way you can keep revenue at a steady spot.
Trying hard to break free from the time = money aspect of business ownership… It never sleeps!
Struggling to keep up with all the things, staying up all night crunching to get sh*t done, and still hovering at a plateau.
Still taking on work you don't love because you're worried you won't have enough if you say no.
And the worst part? The guilt of missing out on time with your loved ones (heyyy fellow working mamas 👋) because you have to work again. Or when you do take time off, there’s guilt that you aren’t doing more to hit those $10k+ months you’re after.
Either way, it feels like losing.
Design a work schedule that fits seamlessly with your day-to-day life. No more stressing about when you'll be able to clock in or wasting time on sh*t that doesn't matter when you are working.
Carve out the time to grow your business, but also enjoy life. If you're a mama too, that means getting to raise your baby on your own–the greatest privilege.
Take days (and weeks!) totally off and unplugged knowing that your business will keep running (and bringing in $$$) without you doing every little thing every single day.
Plan getaways and date days with your person and all kinds of fun stuff–regularly–knowing that dollars will keep hitting your bank account even if you're not clocked in.
Wake up relaxed every morning knowing that you have space to breathe and really enjoy that quiet time–solo or with your family–because work will be there when you're ready.
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Over time, I refined different areas to find out what works and what doesn’t. Being Type A has its perks, and a major one is ensuring I have strategic systems for every part of my business.
For getting sales on autopilot, internal and client-facing processes, and even when setting personal boundaries. Intentional, clear priorities, and developing a system for everything has given me the freedom to focus my attention on what matters: Living life with my family.
Because you can have both business success and a full life. People keep asking about how I make the above happen in a typical week, so now I’m spilling my secrets. And to be honest, it feels really f*cking vulnerable to share this…
Sample monthly, weekly, daily to-dos taken from the actual lists inside my team's ClickUp account—proof you can still get sh*t done in fewer hours/you can use less hours and still get sh*t done.
The job description I wrote for myself to maintain clear boundaries and delegate better… This may inspire an aha moment for your own biz.
An overview of how to build, grow, and scale a business that feels good to you following my proven process.
The exact reflection exercise I use to figure out what I want in the first place and the best next steps to take.
Around here, we work hard, but also play hard.
This is meant to inspire you—not tell you what to do. You’re the boss, which means you don’t have to do things how I did just because they worked for me. Steal my best ideas and adapt them for yourself.
Yes—that’s a lot of titles, but I actually do it all.
I wasn’t always good at balancing life like this. Not so long ago, I was stuck in the underpaid and overwhelmed stage, scraping together rent money from my $25 per blog paychecks. A whole lot of frustrated tears and one giant breakdown later, I finally made a change in the right direction: I started to show up as myself and found others actually liked what they saw.
Since then, things have spiraled in the best way possible.
I was able to not only build a maternity leave for myself, but crush our sales goals during my time off, and return to work averaging only about 12 hours each week in the first 10 months while the business keeps going.
My big goal is to maintain a part-time schedule, maxing out around 18 hours each week. So far, it's working.
My business finally felt like it was thriving and growing with a mind of its own prior to finding out that I was pregnant. Revenue doubled year over year, and things felt easy. But the big news that I was going to be a mom is when I kicked things up…
I figured out how to scale up revenue even more while scaling back my personal time working each week.
In this PDF, you’ll see an exact breakdown of my weekly and daily schedule—and HOW I made it happen. By downloading this, you will…
Visualize what your life and business could literally look like if you could finally ditch the squirrel brain.
Get inspo from the actual schedule of a Mom Boss growing business that gets sh*t done efficiently… and well.
Learn what it takes to build, grow, and scale a sustainable business that thrives even when you need to take a step back.
Take a BTS peek of what the team looks like these days, and my role within it.
Design your work around your life—not the other way around.