Have you ever gone to Pinterest to try and find a cleaning routine or come up with a magic plan that will make you and your home more put together and clean?
In today’s episode, we are talking with Kendra Hennessy of Mother Like a Boss about how to clean our entire house in 30 minutes a day! You’ll get tips, tricks, the routines and a link to the full list and Trello board to help you stay organized!
Kendra Hennessy is a home management expert, podcast host and the founder of Mother like a Boss, where she helps busy modern moms become “homemakerish.” Her mission is to redefine homemaking in the 21st century and make the difficult and tedious parts of running your home smoother through systems, routines, and mindset shifts. She lives in upstate NY with her husband Adam and their two spunky kiddos, Ava and Everett. Kendra is a Girl Scout co-leader, quoter of The Office and coffee junkie. She loves giving support and encouragement to...
Starting an online business as a mom is not an easy task, Thank goodness for people like Sara Lingenfelter to help you make a strategic plan to accomplish your income goals online. In today’s episode of the 1k Mom Podcast, we interview Sara, from Your Virtual Biz Partner and she helps us navigate the online world and make money strategically as a mom and business owner.
Online entrepreneur and owner of Virtual Biz Partner, Sara Lingenfelter made a life-changing discovery in 2011 after a bit of soul-searching. Sara got clear that she wanted to work at home and have time with her then 2-year-old son. She decided she wanted to be in control of her future and be available for every one of her son’s milestones. The world of Virtual Assistance opened up a real passion for online business, systems and technology. In no time, her business was fully booked, and she went from being a VA to become a Certified Online Business Manager where she helped busy...
Creating a stress-free home and environment is as easy as 1-2-3. In today’s episode, Marie Jackson walks us through the 3 steps to organizing and creating a stress-free home.
An innate organizer and planner. A working mom to two with a third on the way. A veteran of Corporate America for ten plus years. A Fargo native and sports lover.
Creator of The Organized Planner which is designed for the working mom to help manage and organize personal and work life.
Organized Marie is a place for working moms to create simple, everyday organizing solutions for their home. Every working mom can have an organized, stress-free home.
Self care is something that is so necessary but often overlooked in motherhood today. Self-care is not a one size fits all for mothers and changes day to day. Begin today with this episode with Shelly Robinson and discover what fills you up as a mother and serves as your self care!
Sometimes, I’m not going to lie, self-care is taking a shower with no kids barging in while jamming out to Justin Timberlake on my Amazon Alexa.
Shelly Robinson is the owner of Alively, a self-care subscription box for moms packed with wellness goodies and empowering activities designed to help you put the pep back in your step and the spunk back in your spirit. Think of it as self-care on cruise control.
Her mission in life is to be a seed planter, a hope spreader, and a truth teller so that moms know down to their core that they are worthy of a happy, purposeful life.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by your to-do list? As moms, we are juggling all the things for all the people and in today’s episode, Stacey Ogden walks us through a very tactical way of going from a brain dump of everything you have to handle and organizing that into a strategic to-do list.
Listen in and definitely let me know your AHA moments on Instagram! I’d love to see you trying this process out for yourself right alongside me.
Stacey Ogden is the founder and owner of the Busy Mom Collective. Through her podcast of the same name, and working one-on-one with clients, she helps working moms and mompreneurs master their schedules, own their time, and conquer their out of control to-do lists. She lives in western Connecticut with her husband, 7 year old daughter, and German Shepherd puppy where she teaches middle school music and runs a local chapter of Business Among Moms.
When building an online business, the main goal should always and forever be, more engagement and more connection with your people in your tribe.
Facebook groups can be one of the best places to build authentic community, create an engaged following and provide immense value. In today’s episode, we talk with Becky Mollenkamp on how she has organically and authentically created a highly engaged Facebook Group in less than a year! She is sharing the strategy and tactics behind building an engaged Facebook Group.
Becky Mollenkamp began her career as a journalist, working as a staff reporter for a daily newspaper and an editor for one of the country’s largest magazines. She left the 9-to-5 grind in 2005 to become a freelance writer, eventually shifting her focus to corporate writing. Today, she helps other freelancers with mindset and strategy so they can own their authority and crush their goals. She has a large Facebook group, Own it Crush it, and...
Have you ever wondered what it might look like to homeschool your kids while you’re building an online business? In today’s episode, we talk with Karrie Chariton about her homeschool and work balance.
Karrie is a Virtual Assistant/ Social Media Manager specializing in Pinterest, and Wellness Coach teaching families how to rid their homes of toxic chemicals and taking control of their health through essential oils. She is a wife, mom, and homeschool teacher to 3 kiddos ages: 10, 13, & 16.
You might be wondering, “why do I need a website for my network marketing business if my company gives me a website”!
Great question friend!
The simple answer is, differentiation. Plain and simple. When you got started with building your network marketing business you were 1 distributor among a sea of other distributors from the same company.
How do you stand out?
How do you position yourself as an expert?
How do you become the person everyone wants to work with and buy from in your company?
The answer lies in differentiating yourself and building a personal brand and it all starts with a website!
What if I told you that you could build a website in as little as 5 simple steps and with a cost of less than $40?
Today I’m going to walk you through the 5 simple steps to building your network marketing website!
What is hosting? Web hosting is a service that companies provide where essentially they are renting you space on their servers...
As moms running businesses, when we have a baby or some kind of life change, we have to take the time to prepare our business and household for a new baby. Some mompreneurs feel like they can’t take an adequate amount of maternity leave but today on the $1k Mom podcast we talk to Sharice Enis who has prepared her business and household for 12 weeks off of complete maternity leave! Listen to today’s episode to hear her wisdom on how she is making it happen!
Sharice is a digital marketing tech nerd, strategist, and entrepreneur behind Sharice & CO a virtual assistant business helping busy entrepreneurs free up their time. Through her virtual assistant business, she is here to help you systemize, strategize and streamline your business without spending hours in front of the computer.
When she’s not behind the computer you can find her indulging in a long stroll down the aisles of Target, quality time with her family and the occasional...
Have you ever wanted to declutter your home but didn’t know where to start? You could feel your home draining your energy because of all of the clutter and things that were constantly out, unorganized and out of place.
In this episode on the $1k Mom podcast, we talk with Lisa Zawrotny about her unique approach to home organization, productivity and business and how our stuff that is in our environment plays a huge role in our family life, work life and personal life.
Before you grab the trash bags and declutter your space, give this episode a listen, because the stuff is not truly what it’s about.