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What’s bliss anyway?
Have you noticed that there’s a lot of attention lately on working moms and how they should find their bliss?? Well, I’m on the cusp of calling BS on yet another word that I believe is shaming working moms… bliss.
As in – Dear working mom, (this is the popular press talking, and yes – we’ve now affected your sub-conscious…)
You’re just not good enough yet… You haven’t found your bliss!
Although you represent the majority of people employed, you carry arguably 85% of the domicile duties, you are responsible for 90% of childcare responsibilities, you are relied upon by all, you’ve absorbed centuries of gender expectations from the generations who’ve gone before you, you’ve assumed the roles of mom, bread-winner, organizer, communicator, family nurturer, scheduler, errand runner, home-maker, and now, all you have to do is find your bliss…
No worries, just add it to your schedule. In fact, why not book it as a destination. You know it’s out there. EVERYONE ELSE knows how to find it…
Come on! What are you waiting for? You’ve done everything else already… Let’s go!
The fact is – working mothers are arguably the busiest people on the planet today, and I’m here to say that we are getting fed up with all the messages that we’re not quite there yet. The fact is, we are EXACTLY where we’ve put ourselves.
BUT – I think it’s time for working moms to STOP owning all the shame and embarrassment of some of the natural bi-products of an over-busy, over-burdened, wigged out lifestyle. I think it’s time to take off the gloves, put down the wine, drop back and get some perspective.
The word ‘bliss’ is derived from the old english term ‘blithe‘ – an adjective used to describe one as carefree, light-hearted and one who shows a general lack of concern. It is used to describe one as happy and cheerful.
The Middle English derivative: bliss is similar, however – it is a NOUN meaning joyful, serene, peaceful and identifies one who has attained ecstatic happiness. Continue reading “Finding Your Bliss – Is It Possible For Working Moms?” »
One of the keys skills most entrepreneurs struggle with is organizing for success. When you launch your own business, you need to have many things in place for productivity and success.
One of the best ways to get more productive and get your office working is to focus on your key self-employment systems. Here are the ten essential systems that will help kick start your progress, or get yourself back into control. Continue reading “10 Essential Systems Necessary For Work At Home Office And Self-Employment Success” »
Do you get bored with business as usual? Did you know that learning new things is a natural, ongoing part of life? It not only keeps you on top of your game, but also boosts confidence and motivation.
What are some new things you’ve wanted to learn recently that could really help you in your business, but you haven’t given yourself the time to explore? Continue reading “Mompreneur Self Care Tip – 7 Ways To Invest In Yourself!” »
I have a powerful interview coming up with Jan Saunders Maresh, Sales and Marketing Expert from www.OrganizeAndProfit.com. Below Jan shares a sneak peek into what she will be discussing during our interview together.
Jan Saunders Maresh is the Author of 17 books.
Her most recent titles are Home Staging for Dummies and Sewing for Dummies, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Editions (Wiley Publishing). As an avid Writer, Speaker, Certified Trainer for the CSP International Business Training Academy, and Mompreneur, Jan has done it all. In late 2013, Saunders-Maresh launched Organize and Profit – The #1 Resource for Marketing and Growing a Sustainable Professional Organizing Business. To market her company and expertise she teaches several online classes and speaks at national and local industry events. For more on Jan and Organize and Profit, visit www.organizeandprofit.com.
Read below and make sure you tune into the interview on Word of Mom Radio, March 4th 2014 @ 1pm Eastern. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wordofmomradio
Thanks so much Jan for sharing this post! Read on to become inspired! Continue reading “The Top Mompreneur Strategy in The New Connection Economy – Expert Guest Jan Saunders Maresh” »
Resistance is one of the single most destructive things that stop an entrepreneur from getting increased results.
Sometimes, we know just what to do and yet, for one reason or another, we simply don’t do it, even though we know we’d get results from taking action. What is this phenomenon? Let’s take a closer look. Continue reading “Mompreneur Time Tip – 5 Ways to Overcome Resistance!” »
Hey Mom in business… I get it!
Even though you are juggling the many tasks of running your business and family, you may also find yourself procrastinating on the most important things you need to do for success!
UGH! How is it possible? Continue reading “7 Reasons You Procrastinate & Steps To Avoid Stagnation” »