Apologizing for trying to figure your life out is not necessary. When you work for yourself, you’ll always work harder than when you work for anyone else. -Bailey Allen
What does it look like to balance entrepreneurship and motherhood? If you’re in the throes of business and mothering, you know that there’s an art to not only finding but also maintaining a healthy balance. Throw owning multiple businesses, your husband being your business partner and a global pandemic in the mix and you’ve got a plate full!
Today, my friend Bailey Allen reminds us of the importance of establishing intentional boundaries around family time and business time to be able to thrive in both. She shares with us how having a solid foundation, learning through trial and error and evolving as a business owner has brought her to where she is today.
Quotes I Like:
Any of the failures I had in the beginning have all just been lessons for me to this point in time.
Just because you’re not good at something doesn’t mean you’re not good at other things.