Mompreneurship is on fire right now. And for good reason. We live in a day and age where women are encouraged to be just as educated as their male peers and can begin to climb whatever corporate ladder they so desire. However, there are still many women who long to be stay at home moms. For me, it was always a dream of mine to be a mom. When I came up with the idea of becoming an auctioneer, I saw it as an opportunity to work for myself, set my own schedule and stay home with my kids while also having a career to call my own. And that's exactly what happened.
I've been gone quite a while. It almost makes me feel unqualified to come back, but lately I have been hearing the Lord gently say to my heart "Speak to women." And then today, I received an email from one of you who shared your heart with me and reminded me that this is important. So, forgive my absence and thanks for letting me share my life with you.
I recently turned 29 and every single day I have a mini panic attack about how I have to get my act together before I turn 30. Taking an outside look at my life, I am doing pretty well. I'm married to an awesome guy, have 2 kids and a dog, and run a semi-successful business that allows me to stay home with my kids during the day. While I've accomplished things and have everything I could ever have wanted in life up to this point (seriously, Glory to God here), I still fear I'm not adulting to my fullest potential. Yet.