Join us in April!

mastermindsquare iconI am so glad I got out of my comfort zone and pushed through to launch my group,The Creator’s Collaborative! This initiative  was so close to my heart because I saw a need with so many moms trying to build businesses with young children. The event was an amazing success!  For people to show means I’m on the right track!  The kids seemed to enjoyed the toys and craft activity provided by Owls Peak Child Care LLC! Looking forward to our first work intensive starting mid April! There is still plenty of time to join, even if you missed our meet and greet! Just follow this link to : Membership :) once you’re all signed up you will receive a PDF agreement. If you’d like more details you can also visit the Page link on my blog for the break down of what’s included and how the meetings will go!

Side Note: I had several people ask about whether or not they could come even if they didn’t have kids and the answer is YES! if you’re a woman with a business then join us!

See you soon!

Updates :)

A few updates on what I have been up to!

Lately, I have been juggling Raelle trying to reach and touch everything (she’s not mobile yet, but tries lol )eating more solids and Autumn learning how to read. It’s been so much fun, watching them both grow!

YouTube and my interviews has also had me trying to create more content.

My postpartum and baby essential products can be found at The Den, in the Anacostia Arts Center in DC and samples at the NOVA natural birth center in Chantilly. Very soon, they will also be available on Etsy too.

I’m also getting ready to sell at my local market just for experience! Between that and the Mastermind launch I’m going to be more busy (in a productive kind of way) and I’m looking forward to it!

Self care (a mini series)

Self care is more than just a buzz word, especially this crazy time of the valentine month. It’s more than just something you do if your single and lonely or feeling special on your birthday and I don’t mean that to be mean or insensitive. It is a mindset and all too often I see this common thread of moms who believe NOT taking care of themselves or feeling tired and busy ALL the time is NORMAL. There was a time I wanted so badly to be the perfect wife, mother, teacher, friend, house keeper, chef and everything in between. When I looked up I had helped a soul mate at that time in my life finish college with good grades, while I was just “taking care of my home”. I watched one friend travel the world and another work up in his career and another cultivate her talents and passions. Meanwhile I was taking care of everyone else except Ashley. It should physically and mentally, I lost a lot of weight and my daughter would catch my vibes all the time of my unbalance. Even at that young age, she knew something wasn’t right with me and would become clingy and protective. YES, when you have children, a home and a partner they will need you, but you need to maintain, preserve and LOVE you more than any role or feel good title so that you can be the best you can be for them, especially children. At that time, I honestly didn’t know it was self care that I so badly needed to practice like my religion…

Years later here I am, wanting to share what self care is and what it means to me. This series will be split between my blog and YouTube and I am so excited to share some ideas, DIYS and uncovering some myths! Lets Talk :)

Watch the series HERE 😊
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