Hey Marvelous Moms! Today on the podcast I'm talking with a good friend of mine, Keia Blake. She is the kind of person who loves to learn and apply her knowledge to her daily life.
We talk to a lot of moms on here who work from home. Did you know that it's possible to work a corporate job from home? That's right. You don't have to sit in an office building to be a loan officer (what Keia does) or something similar. We talk about that too!
Hope you enjoy this episode, and as always, have a Marvelous day!
Angie Chandler is on the podcast today! This episode sums up pretty well the whole point of the Marvelous Moms Club Podcast. I say that because Angie gives some really good parenting advice I hadn't thought of before! And, she also has found a way to use her passions to help others. Angie used to be a teacher. Now, instead of reaching just 22 students in a classroom, she reaches the lives of thousands!
To find the "Mom store" pages we talk about in the episode, go to Angie's Etsy page.
It's hard to sum up this episode because Micala Quinn brings us personal stories as well as her business ventures. There's no shortage of inspiration for you today, that's for sure! Micala shares her story of losing a child, one that is never easy to share. She also tells us how she was able to start making money from home doing freelancing. This enables her to stay home and spend precious time with her children.
We really hope you enjoy this one!
Finances. Maybe not your favorite part of life, but they're a big necessity to maintain. I've got Kumiko Love a.k.a. The Budget Mom on the podcast today, and she knows what it's like to be lost in your personal finances! Managing income, debt, bills, and everything else finance-related can be overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be!
Listen to today's episode to find out how important it is to be comfortable with your finances. You will feel so much better once you have it all figured out!
Today I'm sharing about something super exciting that we are doing as a family, something I have been dreaming of for over 10 years!
That led me to think- how many of our dreams do we give up on when they haven't happened in a year, or even a few months?
Did you know it took Michelangelo 4 years to complete the Sistine Chapel? The coliseum took 10 years to finish, the leaning tower of Pisa took 199 years to be completed...
So, are you giving your big dreams long enough to come true?
Do you ever wish you were one of "those families" that got to travel a lot? It seems impossible to do when you have kids, a demanding job, and so much more on your plate! I love my interview with Jen Brewer because her family has been able to travel many times even though her husband works full-time.
Are you curious how they do it? Tune in to find out!