I’m sparing you my list of goals for the future. I know you don’t care. I’m much more excited anyway about bringing in the New Year cheering for other black mommy bloggers.
When I get excited about a project, I’m unstoppable.
I can focus on that task for hours, designing, writing, editing, shaping and reshaping.
But sometimes I need to be stopped.
Have you posted a link in the comments section of a Facebook group only to find it was later deleted not by the group administrator but by Facebook?
I’m no techie, not by a long shot, but I’ve picked up a few workarounds just by doing what I do on a daily basis.
I didn’t waste any time getting back to work after the birth of my son, Donovan. I had him Dec. 18 and started working from home two weeks later. I knew it wouldn’t be easy. No new career worth having is.
What I didn’t anticipate was how difficult balancing my new roles as an entrepreneur, mom and wife would be, even with the flexibility of working for myself. I still haven’t perfected the balancing struggle, but I have picked up a thing or six along the way.