So much to do; what do you do when you need to create more time?
You need some help, but you don’t know if you need ENOUGH help in your business to hire someone.
You’ve got it all under control… until you don’t. Then, you don’t have the time to teach someone because you’re in the throes of staying afloat.
The ripple effect of hiring and outsourcing in your business and motherhood is incredible!
People think Virtual Assistants and Coaches are ONLY for those who need 20+ hours/week of support and if you’re already making multi-six figures.
–And it’s true, I love helping my clients who are established, but I also LOVE my clients who are at the cusp of $5K months!
Our kiddos are in school for seven hours each day (bus rides excluded). Here’s a story about how seven hours is a long time, especially for our littles.
Our daughter Oriana had her first year of in-person school for 1st grade.
(We did virtual school through the k12 program for Kindergarten since she had to do some cast stretching on her leg.)
Holding down the fort can be quite a feat at times.
When you bear the weight of caring for the household, raising the children, and other daily duties while your significant other travels or works long, long hours, it can feel incredibly lonely and isolating.
Do you find yourself overwhelmed? Do that ONE thing that will make the biggest difference.
Here’s the thing.
You’re thrown challenges every day. Every. Single. Day.
Allowing kiddos to learn things through trial and error or protecting them in a big ol’ bubble. Tough choice when it comes to independence vs helicoptering.
For me, I’m probably more of a hover-er, but I try to recognize the importance of them making decisions and participating in their own life choices.
We cannot forever protect them from the world, but we CAN help prepare them for it and what they’ll face. Yet, I also feel like it’s okay to let them know they CAN ask for help when needed (some of us can still use that reminder, right??).