In today's episode, we're talking about The Life of a Working Mom.
Being a working mom is a delicate balancing act of family schedules, work obligations and responsibilities, school drop-offs and pick-ups, project deadlines, unexpected child illnesses, and lots of Plan B’s, Plan C’s, & Plan D’s in place.
In the first segment, you’ll hear stories from moms from a variety of professions and life circumstances…they’ll each walk us through what being a working mom looks and feels like for them, and how it impacts their day-to-day lives.
My guests on the podcast today are Melanie & Juss Levenberg - they’re parents to a 5-year-old little girl in British Columbia, Canada, and are both successful MULTIPLE business owners. We’ll talk about what adjustments Mel and Juss had to make (both in their family AND their businesses) after having a child….what motivates them both as mompreneurs, and the lessons they've learned along the way…and what balance looks like NOW in their family of 3! I’ll also ask them to share the biggest surprises and challenges of motherhood, as well as their ‘Must-DO's’ for WORKING MOMS - so make sure you stay tuned!
Have you checked out the podcast website yet? If not, jump on over to www.raiseyourhandmotherhoodpodcast.com - you can find resources from past episodes, read guest bios, or check out some of the blog posts and ‘must-haves’ for motherhood that have been shared so far...feel free to leave a review for the podcast while you are there!
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