Side hustles are becoming the new hustle, hustle. With so many opportunities to grow your personal wealth, it is no surprise that more moms are committed to growing their side hustle than ever before.
Most of the moms we work with are somewhere between a killer full-time gig and building their side hustle. They are already thinking of ways to balance the jobs they love with their family life.
There are a number of different ways you can invest in a side hustle. MLMs (think: Beachbody, JuicePlus Arbonne, Senegence, etc.) are always looking to grow and get more women on board to sell their products. If you are not interested in marketing products or "growing a team" to generate more income, take time to identify what you are most passionate about. Any service you can provide to others can be considered a side hustle. From Photography to coaching, to meal prep or even calligraphy.
All can be profitable if you:
1) Know your Niche and ideal clients
I know, I know working from home sounds like the ultimate dream. You get to sit in your pajamas all day, don't have any bosses breathing down your back and don't have to worry about chatty co-workers interrupting your day, right?! Pure bliss.
For anyone who works from home, you know that this is far from luxury. There are a tremendous amount of distractions and opportunities for slacking when you are working solo. Not only that, but it's lonely AF to be at home, staring at a computer or making cold calls without someone to connect with. But it is also incredibly invigorating and provided you are disciplined, rewarding.
For anyone looking to transition to working from home, keep the below tips in mind as you transition out of the corporate office and into the comforts of home
When I first started working from home, one of the most impactful actions I found to help me get in my work groove was to keep...
You have no idea how excited I am to be sharing what has been quite the journey - with all of you!
So, you may be wondering why this, now? Aren't there a lot of groups and sites, resources already out there to support working moms?
I'll answer the last question first, because why not?! Yes, there are a number of resources, blogs, facebook pages and amazing groups out there that support Working Moms both in person and online. And they are all doing something amazing. Each of which have been tremendously valuable to me in some way.
Sooo, why start this?
Well...There are a couple of reasons.
First, I didn't feel completely connected to the message of many of these groups. And, when I asked my friends who are also moms, they didn't exactly either. While we each got something out of it- nothing we have found was the whole package for us. We weren't talking about challenges with balancing work/#momlife. We weren't growing together and truly supporting one...