EPISODE SNEAK PEEK:
”You have to do what you feel in your gut is the best for you and your family. And just be OK with that. And that is hard. I’ve struggled to be OK with the fact that my mothering or my mompreneur life is different than others because it seems like they’re just killin’ it.”
with Rachel Allene Heckmann
WHAT'S IN THIS EPISODE?
Calling a soon-to-be mompreneurs or any of you ladies that think you may want to be a mom one day alongside running your biz. Rachel Allene Heckmann, who came on the podcast back in episode 65 to share her story, is back!!! And five months into her mompreneur journey, she’s sharing about everything that’s changed, what she didn’t expect, and how her work week went from 40 hours to 10-15.
We talk about…
How her daily work schedule has changed
How she’s able to get everything done in less than 15 hours a week now
Choosing priorities in her biz + what she’s had to give up
What she didn’t expect!
Comparison as a mompreneur
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Wit + Wisdom is a podcast and business for female entrepreneurs that are tired of the fluff and filters often found online. Hosts Kirsten Thompson and Erin Shebish offer 15+ cumulative years experience in blogging and business. They share this wisdom in the form of practical and actionable advice and inspiration to pursue their version of success. In addition to providing real and easy to implement business advice, Wit + Wisdom provides a hub for business and personal growth, offering a unique blend of coaching, consulting and strategy through one on one services, educational videos and blog posts as well as top-level guests that impart their expertise.
WHO IS RACHEL ALLENE HECKMANN?
Rachel Heckmann is an educator, product shop owner, encourager, and the creative stylist and director at Rachel Allene, an online shop that offers products and services for the creative, joyful, and inspired dreamer. She creates business resources in order to encourage and empower women to run heartfelt and profitable businesses on all social platforms. Rachel is a grateful wife, humbled mama, founder of #lesshustlemoregrace, and believer of real talk.