Posts tagged home business
How To Create A Simple Weekly Workflow

One of the biggest errors we make when entering into entrepreneurship is failure to accurately calculate the cost of running and supporting our business. One of the things I often say is, “If they’ve never tried to do this with children playing LEGOS under their desk, then we’re not on the same playing field.”

Moms building a business with kiddos still living in the home is not a small feat. We gotta respect the season ladies. So figuring out how to flow and align ourselves with the our life and home rhythms is KEY. It’s vital in order to make this thing work.



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How to Take a Real Break

Some of us may have gotten this whole “taking a break” thing a bit wrong.

Are you taking a break for real?
Are you really resting?
Do you always feel like you need to take another break... after your scheduled break?

I remember scheduling a RELOCATION during one of my “breaks.” Ask me how rested I felt afterwards? #nope

We boss moms have gotten some things confused here. We’ve gotten really good at scheduling the things we never seem to have time to tackle in or normal routine over our “downtime.”

My dears, my dears. We’ve gotta stop. it. And Kelly and I want to help you do so.

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4 Things to Focus On in Your New Business

Have you ever spent a few hours working - seemingly hard - and when you were finished, you didn’t really know what you’d accomplished?

Or, have you ever felt a bit scattered in your thinking when trying to figure out what you should be working on in the first place?

In this blog, I want spend some time helping you:

  • Identify the priorities for your business

  • Outline tasks to support those priorities

  • Create a measurable plan that you can execute week after week in order to move your business forward.

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How to Create a Fantastic Freebie (Lead Magnet)

There are four areas that I believe moms just starting out in online business should focus on and they are the following:

  • Content creation - creating the things - both free and paid - that you are getting out to your ideal audience on a regular basis

  • Engagement - connecting in a meaningful way with your ideal audience on a regular basis

  • Your reach - increasing your exposure to new ideal clients on a regular basis

  • Monetization - making money (on a regular basis)!

If you were ever wondering what your work week should be filled with, activities from all four of these areas are exactly where you want to be as you work to grow your business.

This particular blog topic can, however, both directly and indirectly impact all four of these areas. So, taking some time to get really good at this is very, very important.

Are you ready to talk about how you can create a fantastic freebie to grow your business? Well let's go!

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Mompreneurs: How to Overcome New Business Overwhelm

I completely understand and relate to the feeling of overwhelm starting a new business brings. Sometimes we begin to second guess our ability to pull it off, especially while our kids are still home.

I also know from personal experience that if we step back a bit and take a breath (or two or three), there is wisdom to this madness we call mompreneurship.

Yes, there is tons to do, and there will always be tons to do.

So, once we embrace the fact that our to-do list isn’t going to get any shorter, the next thing to do is figure out some sort of strategy to manage our workload so we can eventually scale our business and handle more. More time to create. More clients. More money. More opportunities to serve others well.

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Self-Care in Business: Podcast with The Things She Does

I’m chatting it up with Nickie Snyder of The Things She Does on her jamming podcast for women who courageously pursue their passions. We talk a bit about my personal backstory and a little about how and why Refreshed Moms was launched.

I also share a few of my "favorite self-care things" and life hacks!

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