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Where You are is NOT Where You’re Going.

In 2012, we had our first son. After getting back up from postpartum depression, I wanted to be able to stay home with him to witness all of his firsts.

While he was tiny, I worked in my grandma’s store and took him to work with me. He rode around in a grocery cart most of the time while I worked. 

As he got older it became more difficult to have him at work with me. I was able to witness all of his milestones, but I knew if we had any more kids it wouldn’t be possible to take them with me. 

I had to do something different to be able to make money from home. I saw a few of my friends making money in network marketing. I jumped into the first opportunity that offered me the chance to get my kit for free! I had to meet certain requirements or I’d have to pay. Guess what? I didn’t have to pay! 😂😍

That was the beginning of my journey to becoming a work-from-home mom. 

Since then I have been with over 10 companies. I thought for sure I was a failure who would never be able to work from home and take care of her children. 

I finally found a company that worked for me and I was super passionate about their mission. The day I announced my position with this company I had people in my inbox asking me questions they never felt comfortable asking anyone else.

I saw how important it was for people to have A Safe Space to open up! 

During my second postpartum depression episode, A Safe Space, my private community on social media, became my place to open up and share what I was going through. 

When I began growing and healing, I started sharing my story with my group. They were there for me along the way. This gave me the courage I needed to write my book and transform into who I am today. 

Friends, where you are right now is nowhere near where you’ll be in six months or a year. 

Every opportunity is another chance to experience life differently. It’s okay to try something new and fail. It’s okay if it doesn’t work out. Get back up, dust yourself off, and keep moving forward. 

It’s worth it.

You’re worth it. 

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