Being a Mom, Running a Business, and Doing the Dishes

Well, it’s been quite a while since I posted last, and I gotta admit I’m a bit rusty.  But, I feel it’s time to come back and give you all an update on what the heck I’ve been up to! Basically, I’ve been busy being a mom, running a business, and doing the dishes.

Lol!

Basically, I’ve been chasing my kiddo around, attempting to keep the house clean (meaning picking up all the Barbies and My Little Ponies off the floor), and oh yeah, starting a business!

I looked and looked and looked for that magical unicorn of a business that would allow me to work part-time from home so that I could continue to be a Millennial Housewife but still bring in some dough for the family.

Because remember, the New Millennial Housewife stays home. but also can have a side hustle bringing in some extra cash.

And I was so fortunate that I found it.

I was formerly an elementary teacher and I stumbled upon a job with a local school district. It required me to tutor kids 5 hours a week and paid really well! And the hours fit perfectly into my schedule because I got to make them so I scheduled the tutoring for when my little one was in preschool 3 days a week.

Magical!

I feel so grateful to have found this!

However, in addition to doing this, I decided that I wanted even more flexibility. So, I started my own business called Millennial Mom Coaching.

I have become a Mom Coach.

Yup, I help Moms ease their stress and anxiety through mindset work so that they can embrace more laughter and love in each moment with their families.

It’s been a long journey to get here, to feel confident to coach moms like myself who were totally stressed and overwhelmed by motherhood.

But I have worked and worked and I am at a spot where I can’t wait to share all the tools, tricks, techniques, and wisdom I’ve learned about myself and what it means to be a mom in the modern world with my clients.

We talk about mindfulness, journaling, mindset work, connecting with yourself, and trusting your intuition.

And the results are more happiness, fulfillment, and joy in motherhood.

Building a business is not easy, and it takes a lot of work during preschool hours and at night.

But I LOVE it.

Some people may think, Doesn’t that make you a work at home mom and not a housewife?

Well, if you read my post “Are You the Ultimate Millennial Housewife?” then you would know that a Millennial Housewife is redefining the term “Housewife” and that we have side hustles and even start our own businesses.

But, I’m still a Stay at Home Mom, and I’m proud to call myself that. And, I’m proud to still call myself a Millennial Housewife, because that’s what I am.

There’s still a lot for me to learn.

But I feel so much closer to Harmony in my home.

I love being a mom and running a business. I Still don’t love doing the dishes, but hey, that just comes with the territory!

 

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