Ashley was 8 months pregnant when her ex-husband left her. She planned to be a stay at home mom and freelance as a hobby. But with a divorce and baby on it’s way and needing to bring home the bacon, she turned her hobby into a career.
Like me, she has a young son, and it took her three years to rise above the poverty line and be the mom she really wanted to be. What’s more – she did it debt free.
Since then, she’s remarried, has added another baby, and continues to scale her business so she can do more while working fewer hours. Listen in as we talk about the dark time in her life, lessons learned, and the entire scope of mindset, freelancing, being a work-at-home mom, and even personal finance.
Uncover what happened and how she became the accomplished woman she is today.
This week I’m sipping cocktails with Nadeera of Flower From Lover. Nadeera hails from
Russia and arrived in America just last year. The idea of placing flowers into a beautiful box filled with macrons started off as a hobby and today is blooming into a bustling business. Just recently Flower From Lover became the official floral sponsor of Miss Scottsdale, Miss Phoenix, and Miss Maricopa County. If that still doesn’t have you convinced on her level of skill, listen in as we discuss the boxes themselves and how Nadeera plans to grow.
If you’re interested in checking out more from Flower From Lover, you can visit them online at http://www.flowerfromlover.com, follow along on Instagram at @flower_from_lover, and find Nadeera on Facebook.
Here’s a video I did for Travel Foodie Mom where I discuss the Valentine’s Day Box I mentioned in the podcast.
This week I’m chatting with Jessica Hardin, a blooming entrepreneur in the interior design and creative industry. “I want to empower women around the world to live healthy, organized lives. To encourage them to use their time wisely,” says Jessica. She writes about de-cluttering life and organizing priorities in both a physical and metaphysical sense.
As entrepreneurs we’re often bogged down by our busy schedule, have clutter in every corner of our life, and a lack of focus. Jessica gives us the run-down on what inspired her to begin a new entrepreneurial journey and how we can tap into our ability to become more organized souls.
Through Three Lime Pines, Jessica wants to walk beside you and help you learn how to clear the fog and enjoy life. Listen in on our conversation this week!