I love planners!
But even though I use the best planners for moms and professionals, I know that keeping track of daily life with a family can also be a struggle.
Are you struggling at a mundane job and feel like you’re going nowhere?
Or are you a mom who wants to step out of the workforce?
Elna! I want to start a business but have no ideas!
I hear you!
Before I was set to go back to work after my twins were born, I had this burning desire to not return to work and make money from home – but I had no idea how!
I really dreaded the thought of going back to work and leaving them all day.
How much money is 6 figures?
When we read about successful mom bloggers, it’s almost always: “I make six figures from my blog!”
Have you ever thought of creating your first ever digital product for your blog?
I never did in the beginning but when I first started blogging way back in 2014 I started learning about courses and online learning.
Big bloggers I was following were launching courses and using Teachable to host their course.
Do you often feel that there’s more to being a mom?
I don’t know about you, but once I became a mom I wanted to not ONLY identify as a mom.
I wanted to also be a productive member of society.
Are you looking for a way to work less and earn more money?
Aren’t we all! I’m here to tell you that it’s completely possible and you can do it by creating and selling digital products.
Are you a crafty mama?
Could you spend hours scrolling through social saving all the crafts you wanna try?
Does your ideal weekend include wandering through rummage sales, thrift stores, and craft stores dreaming up new craft ideas?
Do you have a passion for creating? Do you want to work from home?
You can start a craft business right from your home and earn a pretty decent income.
Are you ready to start a business at home as a stay at home mama?
Having a home-based business is a great way to earn extra income while being at home with your little ones.
I should know this!
After having my twins over seven years ago, I was determined to stay home with them.
I couldn’t stand the thought of going back to work and leaving them.