Check out the free resources page and download the free ebook Find Your Biz, a 20 page pdf guide that will lead you through prompts + questions to help you figure out what your passion is, what your strengths are, how you can utilize skills you already have, and so much more!
Once you have your perfect business idea, download the Mother Run Business Planner, a 35 page business planning workbook made specifically with moms in mind. Learn everything from setting your business budget, bookkeeping, pricing, working while mothering, providing excellent customer service, foreseeing and overcoming obstacles, and so much more!
Everyone deserves to see themselves reflected in the narrative. An interview series of badass moms who are doing business + raising babies (and big kids, too)! Read their stories and get inspired by their grit, motivation, and hard work.
My content is carefully designed to both educate and empower you to enter the world of entrepreneurship. It is made to be simple, easy to follow, and yet still massively effective. I want you to see that starting a business doesn’t have to be complicated and overwhelming and empower you to take that next step into bringing your dreams to life.
I know that worrying about failing is one of the most common things that holds people back from trying something new. I believe that you never truly fail in the traditional sense of the word. If your idea ‘fails,’ I encourage you to really delve into why and use that information to make changes, adapt, and figure out what you should have been doing instead. Perceived failure can lead to bigger and better things, things that you may never have discovered otherwise. Our community of mothers is always there to listen to what’s going on, offer advice, answer any questions you have, and cheer you on (find the group on FB!). We take pride in each others successes and help you move past disappointment and see the bigger picture.
As a mother, I know that a common issue post-babies is feeling as though you have lost your independence and identity. You have to give all your energy and attention to your children and often don’t feel like there is anything left over to give yourself. It’s easy to feel as though your former self is gone. Part of why I am so passionate about helping mothers get started in business is because I know how good it feels to have something that is your own. Mom guilt can be a powerful emotion and I’m here to show you that it’s okay to find something independent of your children and it’s okay to re-establish your identity outside of motherhood.