Solopreneur tips, Solopreneurs, Tools of the Trade, Virtual Assistant, WAHM

Solopreneurs-have you lost sight of your “Why?”

I can’t believe I am about to flip my calendar to the 6th month of 2017. SIXTH! The year is half over…how did that happen? So at this point my January “how-am-I-going-to-master-this-plan” need to be more of a “am I still on track? And, if not, how can I get back there?” plan. We all… Read More Solopreneurs-have you lost sight of your “Why?”

Tools of the Trade, Virtual Assistant, WAHM

The Good, The Boring and The Profitable-Cultivating Clients that don’t Suck your Soul

I’ve been spending a lot of time fussing lately. Fussing about one particular client that is starting to wear thin on me. The client AND the work are starting to wear thin on me. But here’s the rub, this client (as prickly as they may be) is also consistent, fast paying (the pay is OK..not… Read More The Good, The Boring and The Profitable-Cultivating Clients that don’t Suck your Soul

Life Lessons, WAHM

Society labels-I’m Not a Square Peg in a Round Hole (and I like it)

Society labels-I’m Not a Square Peg in a Round Hole (and I like it) Labels are never fun. Unless of course they are labels on designer shoes, bags or dresses. Then labels are pretty amazing. But in society “labels” are a way to categorized, describe, pigeon hole or Square-Peg-in-a-Round-others and it’s oftentimes not in a… Read More Society labels-I’m Not a Square Peg in a Round Hole (and I like it)

Tools of the Trade, Virtual Assistant, WAHM

My very first Huffington Post Article! Forget Setting Goals: Focus on Your End Game

I have always, always, always wanted to write for the Huffington Post. Who wouldn’t?! HuffPo is like the Time Magazine of the online world. The desire to be a HuffPo Contributor has lingered on my Bucket List for many years and I am now proud to say…I made it! I am now published on the… Read More My very first Huffington Post Article! Forget Setting Goals: Focus on Your End Game

Tools of the Trade, Virtual Assistant, WAHM

Advice from Mom: What Savvy Biz Owners Have Learned About Success

I love my mom. She’s folksy and country-fried and, as a retired person in her late 70’s, can barely send a text or use Facebook. But I love her. Her sage wisdom has carried me far in life. Little childhood gems like “Sit up straight, listen when you’re being spoken to and respect your elders.” or my absolute… Read More Advice from Mom: What Savvy Biz Owners Have Learned About Success

Money Making Ideas, Tools of the Trade, Virtual Assistant, WAHM

What it Takes to Be a Virtual Assistant: Systems and Strategies for Sustainability

“The first time I tried to work from home full-time (years and years ago), I kind of failed at it.” Those are the words of one of my favorite WAHM gurus, Sagan Morrow. Sagan went on to share the fact that she LOVED freelancing and working from home, but once she took the leap to… Read More What it Takes to Be a Virtual Assistant: Systems and Strategies for Sustainability

Tools of the Trade, Virtual Assistant, WAHM

How a Virtual Assistant Differs from a Regular Employee

  Thaleia Maher from Something2Offer and I have joined forces to co-create a series this month called What it Takes to Be a Virtual Assistant. She and I have had so many valuable discussions about being virtual assistants and working from home that we decided to get serious about this topic and create something that will… Read More How a Virtual Assistant Differs from a Regular Employee