My Journey To Becoming A #MOMBOSS Entrepreneur (Podcast)

Listen to this podcast to hear about my journey to becoming a mom entrepreneur. It was a CRAZY journey, and something that I felt called to throughout my life. It first started for me as child of small business owners, developed during college and then became a reality when I was FIRED from my first real world job. Hear about it all in the podcast. I hope you can connect and can relate to my story, because few people know exactly what they want to do with their lives. It's a process, a journey and a calling.

By | May 10th, 2017|Emotional Struggle, Work Life, Work-Life Balance|

6 Ways To Deal With Anger While Parenting

Some days I just snap. I don't know what it is that officially puts me over the limit, but I have a hard time dealing with anger as a parent sometimes. I can't tell if it's a mix of frustration, exhaustion, busyness, depression or what, but some days are not very pleasant in our house. I would imagine juggling trying to work and parent adds to the intensity of the stress level. I am also feisty too, so I am sure that doesn't help. I didn't officially come from an Italian family but I sure feel Italian sometimes. As a mom, I wonder why I often get pushed to my limits when I love my kids so much. I feel like I'm pretty patient most of the time, but when something gets me fired up it's hard to take [...]

By | April 27th, 2017|Emotional Struggle, Family, Home Life, Kids|

Love/Hate Relationship With Being A Working Mom

There are days I thank my lucky stars I’m a working mom. Like those days when my kids wake up on the wrong side of the bed and I hand them over to grandma and say "good luck" as I dash back to my car, running late for my first meeting. But then that same day, I may get a text from grandma with my daughter’s face full of spaghetti and I think about all those sweet moments I’m missing and my heart breaks a little. This is the life of a working mom. It’s up and down, a constant emotional roller coaster. I ride the high of being able to talk to an adult every single day, a luxury many stay at home moms don’t have. I can also eat lunch at my own pace [...]

By | April 20th, 2017|Emotional Struggle, Family, Kids, Work Life, Work-Life Balance|
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