This week I’m speaking with Mandie Mutchie. Mandie is a multifaceted individual. In years previous she worked in modeling and taught at the same time. Though she loved the education field, she found her passion in makeup artistry which she picked up through modeling with Ford Models. With her beau in tow, Mandie and her now fiance Tommy picked up and moved to California where she changes lives and plays dress up
Mandie puts a playful twist on makeup artistry and shares how she balances life, work, and planning a wedding in this week’s episode. Check out Mandie’s portfolio here and listen to her own podcast Bold Moves by clicking here.
Kick back and drink up as we dive into mimosas this morning.
Melanie started blogging about her debt in 2013 to keep herself accountable during the debt payoff process. In total, she had $81,000 in student loan debt. After paying the minimum towards her loans for five years, she graduated in May 2011 with $68,000 left. She paid off $68,000 in four and a half years, $30k of that in 2015, after doubling my income. As you may have guessed, her debt payoff process led to an entrepreneurial career filled with storytelling, writing, educating, public speaking, and inspiring young millennials along the way.
In my conversation with her on this episode of Monday Morning Mimosas we take it to the moment she graduated grad school worked crappy jobs and how she turned it all around to be the incredible female empowered entrepreneur she is today. Check out Melanie on deardebt.com, follow her on Twitter @deardebtblog, and enjoy more of her writing on rockstarfinance.com and CentSai.com.
This week on Monday Morning Mimosas I’m chatting with Maia Singletary, from Chicago. This Entrepreneur/Wife/Mom/Skincare guru jumps between two different worlds; A digital consulting business and Astrida Naturals. Coming from two different genres of business Maia balances two companies, family life, and personal life just about as perfectly as her two businesses operate, but things weren’t always this way. Listen in on my conversation with Maia and how she overcame the closure of a family business during the 2008 recession, switched majors, and became a mom.