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Season 2 Wrap Up for 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur Season 2 is a wrap!

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One of my favorite things to do at the end of a podcast season is revisit all the good stuff from the past few months. That’s why I’ve gathered wisdom from all 11 featured mom entrepreneurs from the season. From mindset to business strategies to advice for new mompreneurs looking to start a business, we cover it all. If you would like to connect with today’s guests or listen to their full episode, you can do so below…

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  1. Jess Copacia, Empowerment Coach for Moms: Listen to Jess’s Episode, Connect with Jess
  2. Ali Jones, CEO and Tech Start-Up Founder: Listen to Ali’s Episode, Connect with Ali
  3. Holly Haynes, Side Hustle Strategist: Listen to Holly’s Episode, Connect with Holly
  4. Luana HueSing, Realtor: Listen to Luana’s Episode, Connect with Luana
  5. Shannon Baker, Business Systems Strategist: Listen to Shannon’s Episode, Connect with Shannon
  6. Nicole Bensen, Happiness & Wellness Ambassador: Listen to Nicole’s Episode, Connect with Nicole
  7. Kristina Soriano, Instagram Growth Coach: Listen to Kristina’s Episode, Connect with Kristina
  8. Kristen Westcott, Business Growth & Systems Strategist: Listen to Kristen’s Episode, Connect with Kristen
  9. Ashley Watson, CEO & Founder: Listen to Ashley’s Episode, Connect with Ashley
  10. Samantha Semans, Ads & Social Media Strategist: Listen to Samantha’s Episode, Connect with Samantha
  11. Stefanie Oseni-Momodu, Mindset Coach: Listen to Stefanie’s Episode, Connect with Stefanie

And that’s a wrap for Season 2 of 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur. I’ll be back in May with fresh episodes featuring amazing mom entrepreneurs. I can’t wait to inspire you again!


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Kristina Soriano – 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

Meet Instagram Coach Kristina Soriano…

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Today we wrap up our Season 2 interviews for “5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur” with Instagram Coach Kristina Soriano of Migo Social. Kristina started Migo Social to help mompreneurs set themselves up for success on Instagram…without having to spend countless hours on the platform. Feeling stuck on Instagram? Not attracting the right followers? Experiencing low engagement with your content? Then she’s here to help you get on the path to growth…without compromising time with your family.

Kristina gained her Instagram experience by working as the Global Social Media Lead for The Estee Lauder Companies’ Women’s Leadership Network. Now she enjoys homeschooling her 5-year-old daughter while juggling her new life as a mompreneur.

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You can listen to my conversation with Kristina Soriano at the link above. Or get an overview below.

What do you do in your business and why did you choose it? 

I’m an Instagram Coach. I chose this because when I worked at The Estee Lauder Companies I was in Project Management. When I started an IG account for our department, I fell in love with social media marketing. I was able to quickly gain attention within the company. Later, I was asked to be the Global Social Media Lead for the Estee Lauder Companies’ Women’s Leadership Network, Women in Supply Chain + Women in Technology.

2. What is your greatest strength when it comes to running your business? 

Building a strong community through genuine community management. Noticing and bringing out the best in my clients when it comes to showing up online. And providing efficient strategies to growing your brand on Instagram.

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3. What is the area of entrepreneurship where you could grow the most? 

Building my brand through the power of personal brand story

4. If you were to start your business over today, what piece of advice or lesson learned would you emphasize to yourself? 

Don’t worry what others think! Just go for it!

5. What is your best advice for balancing business and home life or creating intentional family time? 

1) Creating a schedule that works for you and your family and that is something you can stick to. 2) Involve your family in what you are doing.

Where can we find you on social media?


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Stefanie Oseni-Momodu – 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

Meet mindset coach Stefanie Oseni-Momodu…

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I met Stefanie Oseni-Momodu via Instagram when I was researching mindset for my own personal development. I was inspired by her message for mom entrepreneurs. And her smile. 😊

Stefanie started Stefanie Gabriella Coaching for ambitious, busy mums out there who are ready to stop living on autopilot and start taking action towards their dreams. And reach their goals without the feeling of guilt. To rediscover themselves after becoming a mum, and start dreaming big again. Her mission is to reach that mum who feels overwhelmed with the multiple roles she is juggling. And yet feels isolated. She has lost who she was and struggling to determine who she is besides a mum.

As a Mindset Coach, Stefanie uses different tools and techniques to get down to the bottom of what is really holding back her clients from achieving what they really want to achieve for themselves and their business.

Before becoming a certified coach, Stefanie spent just over 10 years in the finance sector, she is a part-qualified Accountant, with an MSc in International Financial Management and a BSc in Accounting with Finance. Though she maintained a successful career in Finance, she always knew her passion was to help people achieve their dreams and help them see the best version of themselves. She loves investing herself in the growth of people that crosses her path where possible.

When she’s not coaching mums to be their best selves at home and at work, Stefanie enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. She is married with two boys aged 5 and her 11 months old “lockdown” baby. They enjoy traveling, hanging outdoors when the weather is nice. But haven’t been able to do much since the lockdown.

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You can listen to my conversation with Stefanie Oseni-Momodu at the link above. Or get an overview below.

1. What do you do in your business and why did you choose it? 

I support working mums and busy mums to rediscover their identity so they can unleash their inner genius through self belief and self confidence

2. What is your greatest strength when it comes to running your business? 

Connecting with my clients and helping them see themselves in a way they don’t see themselves.

3. What is the area of entrepreneurship where you could grow the most? 

Attracting more of my ideal clients

4. If you were to start your business over today, what piece of advice or lesson learned would you emphasize to yourself? 

Hire a coach right from the beginning.

5. What is your best advice for balancing business and home life or creating intentional family time? 

Not everything is urgent. Prioritise what really matters and make sure there is time for family time and yourself in your schedule.

Where can we find you on social media?


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Nicole Bensen – 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

Meet Happiness and Wellbeing Ambassador Nicole Bensen…

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Nicole and I met through our mastermind and you will quickly find out why I was excited to chat with her. I mean, she’s a happiness and wellbeing ambassador, Positive Psychology coach, and creator of transformational experiences…there’s a lot to like there!

Nicole Bensen spent nearly a decade at Google, ultimately managing the wellbeing program for Google’s executive women leaders. After experiencing burnout herself, she left to found Tentacles and Tea to share resilience, self-compassion, and accessible mindfulness techniques through her corporate workshops, group programs, and 1:1 coaching. Her mission to support people in creating more meaningful, connected, happy lives.

When she’s not spreading happiness and wellbeing to others, Nicole enjoys her life in Silicon Valley, California with her husband, two daughters, and three cats (one with fur, 2 with no fur).

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You can listen to my conversation with Nicole Bensen at the link above. Or get an overview below.

1. What do you do in your business and why did you choose it? 

I inspire others to create a meaningful, connected, happy life through my corporate workshops and group programs. Why do I do this? I achieved success in Corporate America. But still felt like something was missing; I burned out and did the work to get mentally healthy again. Now I want to share what I’ve learned with others who are feeling overwhelmed and stressed out.

2. What is your greatest strength when it comes to running your business? 

Strong at doing the client-facing work, building relationships, and being creative in sharing concepts. And bringing fun to neuroscience.

3. What is the area of entrepreneurship where you could grow the most? 

Marketing and sales…I need to figure out the smartest place to focus

4. If you were to start your business over today, what piece of advice or lesson learned would you emphasize to yourself? 

Go back to the basics. You have a lot of answers already.

5. What is your best advice for balancing business and home life or creating intentional family time? 

Set boundaries. Say “no”.

Where can we find you online and on social media?


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Samantha Semans – 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

Meet social media and ads strategist Samantha Semans…

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Samantha is the founder of Ten 10 Social. With a hunger for freedom in her own life and a clear understanding of the tireless work of small businesses, Samantha set out to build a business from the ground up. She fused her passions for shopping local, creativity, and serving others into Ten 10 Social. Not only does she enjoy the flexibility and newfound freedom for her family, but loves seeing other business owners’ dreams come to fruition.

In her free time, Samantha can be found volunteering with her church, drinking a tad too much coffee (if that is even a thing), and happily raising her four precious kiddos ages 8, 7, 4, & 2. They love hanging out, playing outside, watching movies, and just being together. And they just made a crazy move from California to Tennessee.

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You can listen to my conversation with Samantha Semans at the link above. Or get an overview below.

1. What do you do in your business and why did you choose it? 

I am a Social Media and Ads Strategist for busy entrepreneurs. Starting as a VA, doing all of the things, I quickly realized it was not for me. I couldn’t be all the things for all the people and I’ve always loved social media. Funny thing is, I had done social media for free for years!

2. What is your greatest strength when it comes to running your business? 

I think my greatest strength (and sometimes weakness) is that I love people. Like I genuinely care about people and their business which means I serve with excellence and want them to get incredible results.

3. What is the area of entrepreneurship where you could grow the most? 

I am growing and stretching in my confidence as I level up and in hiring for myself. I was super confident in some of my packages and then my coach saw them and “made “ me level up. That saying, “new level has new devils” is so true.

4. If you were to start your business over today, what piece of advice or lesson learned would you emphasize to yourself? 

I would tell myself to go hard or go home. To not be afraid. I would hire a coach to help sooner in the game. And I would stop doubting myself and my abilities.

5. What is your best advice for balancing business and home life or creating intentional family time? 

Be intentional. My business name reminds me to live an abundant life daily but also abundant in how I see fit.. not what the world tells me it’s supposed to be. Meaning I created this business to provide for my family but also to stop trading time for money. I created it so I could have more time with my family, not be chained to the biz. Always remember your why.

Where can we find you on social media?


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Shannon Baker – 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

Meet Business Systems Strategist and Podcast Host Shannon Baker…

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I connected with Shannon around a year ago on Instagram. I love her easy going style and her simplified approach. She makes you feel like you can create business systems to make your life easier. Like your more than capable…which makes sense since her podcast is titled “The More Than Capable Mompreneur.”

As a Business Systems Strategist, Shannon helps busy women with service-based businesses create systems to automate the time-consuming tasks required to run a business so they can work more efficiently and have more time for what matters most!

As a podcaster, Shannon hosts “The More Than Capable Mompreneur” podcast which has been listed in the top 200 in two categories on Apple Podcasts. In her episodes, she shares tips, strategies and conducts interviews to help busy women be more productive and use the mom cracks of time to get things done so they can find a balance that works for them without the mom guilt, can invest in themselves, and grow their business without burning out.

Shannon lives in Maryland with her husband and 17 year old daughter who homeschooled for high school and graduated this past March. Now she’s a college student! They are a very faith-focused family so their goals allow them to stay focused and be successful without interfering with that. She loves coffee and red wine blends as well as doing puzzles…which has become her new hobby. Shannon continues to have a part-time job and she’s building my business on the side.

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You can listen to my conversation with Shannon Baker at the link above. Or get an overview below.

1. What do you do in your business and why did you choose it?

I help busy women, especially mompreneurs, create systems to manage tasks to save them time and boost their productivity. This allows them to build their business on their own terms and spend time where it matters most.

I started my business as a virtual assistant while working full-time. After a few years though, being a VA was not the space I wanted to be in anymore. I had completed training to become an Online Business Manager but that didn’t light me up either. So I was at a crossroad, trying to decide if I should just close down my business and go back to work for someone else.

I took a summer off and just enjoyed time with my daughter and worked with just two clients on retainer. I also invested in private coaching with one of my mentors which helped me identify my mission, vision and purpose. That was October 2018 and after continuing to work with this coach I decided to take a major step in February 2019…I burned the boat and ended all of my contracts and went back to work part-time to reduce the financial pressure we had started to feel.

It took a lot of self-investment and mindset work for me to get comfortable with making the pivot from being a virtual assistant to being a business operations strategist. Not to mention, it took a lot of faith to admit to myself that I needed to make the change. Once I realized my true passion was putting things in order for a specific outcome I was able to move forward. This allows me to control where I use my energy to get the best results and I enjoy helping others do the same. That’s why I love processes and integrating technology.

2. What is your greatest strength when it comes to running your business? 

My business is structured to support my family and not take me away from them. So it has boundaries and I do all I can to keep it that way.

3. What is the area of entrepreneurship where you could grow the most? 

I’m getting more comfortable asking for the sale. But this has always been a struggle for me. Letting go of that fear is the only way my business will grow.

4. If you were to start your business over today, what piece of advice or lesson learned would you emphasize to yourself? 

Be confident in my expertise and don’t negotiate my prices.

5. What is your best advice for balancing business and home life or creating intentional family time? 

Decide what is important and make your plans with that in mind. There is no such thing as work-life balance. It comes down to what is the priority at the moment which changes and arranging your affairs accordingly.

Where can we find you online and on social media?


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Ali Jones – 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

Meet CEO and Found of the tech start-up Cyphtr Ali Jones…

I met Ali when she invited me as guest on her Instagram series “Friday Night Live” and we hit it off. I was so excited to chat with her again and have her share her incredible and honest journey with you.

From Executive Producer Assistant on big-budget films to tech startup founder & CEO to marketing consultant, Ali Jones lives in Louisiana where she’s balancing raising her toddler, hosting her IGTV series Friday Night LIVE, and helping entrepreneurs leverage emotional intelligence into their social media marketing to genuinely connect to their ideal client and enjoy making content without the burnout.

Ali is a mom of a 4-year-old and a big furball. She’s been happily married for 5 years. 2020 was a tough year for Ali in more ways than one…her son tested for Oppositional Defiant Disorder which required the whole family to learn different parenting methods in tandem with anger management and Montessori techniques. This along with her husband’s job loss and Covid diagnosis made the end of 2020 very difficult.

Even with all of the drama that 2020 has brought, they are still an extremely happy family that loves to go hiking, biking, and always look forward to another day in this blessed life. They are grateful for their community support and learned to just love each other fiercely through it all.

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You can listen to my conversation with Ali Jones at the link above. Or get an overview below.

1. What do you do in your business and why did you choose it? 

As a founder of a startup, I’m wearing all the hats while prepping to hire my team. I developed a platform that allows you to follow up with everyone you meet via email the moment you meet them. I wanted to start this company because I have a passion for connecting people. I’m am also a marketing consultant with a focus on emotional intelligence and social media branding. I create quarterly marketing plans in addition to leveling up my client’s social media profiles and content strategy. As far as why I became a consultant, I never planned on doing this work, but I was getting asked to consult for authors and speakers and really enjoyed working with people that had a message and motivation to impact others. Marketing is something that I’m always thinking about, learning more about, and can’t stop talking about.

2. What is your greatest strength when it comes to running your business? 

Willpower is my greatest business strength and the only reason I have made it as far as I have. There are many hurdles to starting your own business, and the only way I’m able to have made it over them is by convincing myself to keep trying no matter how many times I fell down before.

3. What is the area of entrepreneurship where you could grow the most? 

I need to continue my education on my personal and business finances so that I can better understand when I can delegate and scale.

4. If you were to start your business over today, what piece of advice or lesson learned would you emphasize to yourself? 

I wish I would’ve believed in my own potential sooner and stopped the whole “fake it till you make it” mantra. I wasted a year and a half on stage competing with other startups for the attention of investors in hopes of having the funds to hire developers because “only smart people that are good with math know how to code.” Eventually I gave developing a shot and was able to develop my platform in 4 months and ran over 100 successful demos without having to sell of portions of my company to investors.

5. What is your best advice for balancing business and home life or creating intentional family time? 

Balance comes after you find what’s most important to you. You can’t sacrifice the things that make you happy in hopes for a more successful tomorrow. Happiness is wanting what you have, and success is having what you want. If you give up the things that make you happy, then you’ll never want the things that you have tomorrow if you sacrificed the best part of your life today.

Where can we find you online or on social media?


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Ashley Watson – 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

Meet CEO and Social Media Expert Ashley Watson…

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Ashley Watson is a multi-passionate entrepreneur who’s leaped from small business owner turned virtual assistant to her current position as a social media expert. After spending more than 15 years in the hospitality world growing her knowledge of exceptional customer service, media marketing, and learning first hand what it takes to build a brick and mortar business from the ground up, she loves offering knowledge, experience, and creative services to her clients.

Ashley lives in Columbus with her husband and two boys. Theirs is a home full of Star Wars, music, and football! She’s been married for eight years and with her husband, for almost 11! She met him in Arizona where she had her first son. Then they moved to Colorado, where she had her second son. Now they are living back in her native Ohio to be closer to family and raise their boys.

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You can listen to my conversation with Ashley Watson at the link above. Or get an overview below.

1. What do you do in your business and why did you choose it? 

I started this business to help support the back and of busy entrepreneurs. After owning several businesses in the last 10 years, I noticed that this was the one thing I struggled with as a ‘soloprenur’. I always had in the back my mind this idea that one of my businesses will be around fully supporting entrepreneurs. And after starting out as a VA I quickly turned to social media management. I know I will help run the back end of the business and I do all the sales and client communication. I have a Business partner now who is our operation manager.

2. What is your greatest strength when it comes to running your business? 

Taking the time to always learn. I never want to be the smartest in the room. And I have a lot of pride in the time that I carve out to keep learning. I continually make time to grow and strengthen my business and my team.

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3. What is the area of entrepreneurship where you could grow the most? 

I would say starting to collaborate with other entrepreneurs to help each other grow.

4. If you were to start your business over today, what piece of advice or lesson learned would you emphasize to yourself? 

Start out with confidence in your pricing. You know your worth and there’s no need to second-guess yourself. Not everyone will be your ideal client and that’s OK!

5. What is your best advice for balancing business and home life or creating intentional family time? 

To put in your calendar for your time off or your one on one time with yourself. Doing whatever makes you happy outside of work. To bring you back to a calm and positive state. This will only help improve your time as a mom and as a wife and as a person!

Where can we find you on social media?


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Kristen Westcott – 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

Meet Business Growth and Systems Strategist Kristen Westcott…

Kristen has had a major impact on my growth during my business pivot. She has spent the last decade in the legal and education fields supporting leaders and students in the areas of goal setting, productivity, and project management. After recognizing her true passion lies in serving entrepreneurs, Kristen honed her skills as a Director of Operations. She quickly noticed that what was holding many business owners back wasn’t a lack of drive or ability, but a lack of foundational systems that could support the day-to-day operations of a scaling business. These days, she spends her time helping online coaches, copywriters, and service providers scale without the frustration that massive growth often brings.

When she’s not making life easier for business owners, Kristen is married with 2 daughters (ages 4 & 6) and a husband in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Her daugthers both love Disney (and their favorite shows rotate so fast she can barely keep up).  And like many Canadians, Kristen’s husband is hockey obsessed. 🤣

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You can listen to my conversation with Kristen Westcott at the link above. Or get an overview below.

1. What do you do in your business and why did you choose it? 

I am a business growth and systems strategist. I help online entrepreneurs (mainly coaches and service providers) cut their work hours in half without dropping the ball on their client work, losing revenue, or having a huge team to manage. I love helping people see that there’s no one right way to build a business that no one “guru” has the secret key to success … there are many ways to be successful and you get to determine your path (and take your lifestyle and circumstances into consideration as you choose!)

2. What is your greatest strength when it comes to running your business? 

Planning and coaching my clients.

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3. What is the area of entrepreneurship where you could grow the most? 

Marketing and visibility.

4. If you were to start your business over today, what piece of advice or lesson learned would you emphasize to yourself?

To be more confident in my knowledge and skills and start TAKING ACTION before investing in more courses and programs.

5. What is your best advice for balancing business and home life or creating intentional family time? 

Just because you can doesn’t mean you should! Learn where to let go and where to say no,

Where can we find you on social media?


Luana HueSing - 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

Luana HueSing – 5 Questions with a Mom Entrepreneur

Meet the Maui Realtor Mom Luana HueSing…

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Luana is a real estate matchmaker and problem solver who helps home buyers and sellers achieve their goals in their time-frame, without pressure. Just great service! 

Luana lives on the island of Maui in Hawaii with her blended family of 3 boys (22, 15, & 12 yrs old) and a 2 yr old grandson. These days they spend a lot of time at home due to Covid. Prior to Covid, her 15 yr old was in cross county and paddling. Her 12 yr old was in football.She believes it’s actually been nice not having to rush from one practice field to another. 🤣

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You can listen to my conversation with Luana HueSing at the link above. Or get an overview below.

1. What do you do in your business and why did you choose it?

I’m a licensed real estate sales agent. I love helping my clients find the home of their dreams and build wealth. I don’t have a college degree. But I wanted to make the kind of income that required a degree. I was tired of living paycheck to paycheck. When I researched different careers and their incomes that required a degree, I started thinking about what options there were for me to earn that kind of income without a degree. Real estate is what popped into my mind. Which as crazy because this was in 2008 when the real estate world was crumbling. 12 years ago, I prayed and wrote in my journal “One day, I want to be a real estate agent.” 2 years ago, that prayer was answered and I became a licensed realtor.

2. What is your greatest strength when it comes to running your business? 

I like to build connections with my clients and potential clients. I take them from confusion to clarity and confidence. I use social media to do that as well as provide helpful tips and education. Whether someone chooses me as their realtor or not, if they learn something new from me that helps them make one of the biggest purchases in their life, that’s a win for me.

3. What is the area of entrepreneurship where you could grow the most? 

Confidence.

4. If you were to start your business over today, what piece of advice or lesson learned would you emphasize to yourself? 

Stay focused on the goal. It’s so easy to get distracted with other projects or ways to make money. I’ve learned that entrepreneurship isn’t a sprint. It’s a learn as you go journey.

5. What is your best advice for balancing business and home life or creating intentional family time? 

I’ve learned how to better manage my time from listening to your podcast. I used to wake up 30 minutes before the kids needed to be up and ready for school. I always felt like I was trying to catch up and keep up. But now, I wake up at 4:30am which gives me 4 hours of quiet time to get work done before the day gets busy and hectic. This new routine has helped me feel less stressed and be more focused with my kids during the day. I’m also less distracted when my husband gets home from work. It helps family time be more intentional and meaningful because my mind isn’t thinking about work that still needs to get done.

Where can we find you on social media?