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👉When you work for someone else,
you work by their rules.
Five years ago, I had a choice to make…
A) Put my newborn in daycare at 6 weeks old when maternity leave was up…
B) Strike out on my own and quit working for other people so I could stay home with her.
I took a risk and worked my ass off until I went into labor with my daughter.
I didn’t take any maternity leave. In fact, I was answering email the next day from my hospital bed.
I had a fledgling business and I was determined to do what was necessary so that I wouldn’t ever have to go back to a 9 to 5.
I promised myself I would never punch another person’s time clock or be told when I could come and go.
Now, I manage a thriving business working 15-20 hours a week.
When the pandemic hit, there was no need to adjust to working remotely – I was already set up.
I am available to take my kids to appointments, meal prep and cook instead of living on fast food and I get to work in my PJs!