get link You drop kid #1 off at school, the dog at the vet (hopefully you got the order right), then swing by the store because you’re the soccer snack mom this week, as kid #2 pukes all over the backseat. You arrive home to a 72 hour shut-off notice hanging on the front door. You tuck your sick child into bed, drop the groceries on the counter, and check the bank statement to attempt to keep the power on. We’ve all been there. And although we’d never give up our families, the ups and the downs, the tears and the joys…I remember asking myself, “Is this it?”
http://oceanadesigns.net/sitemap-pt-page-2016-01.xml Passion is a funny word. I’m passionate about families. I learned years ago that I’m only my best when I move at a slower pace. I need my sleep, a slower-paced day and I’m a home-body. I’m aware that no one is going to care for my children, my spouse, or my dog with separation anxiety better than me. The problem is the bills need to be paid. We are a two income family.
I don’t want my passion to die, but it’s been shelved for so long, I don’t remember what it was–or do I?
Building a business that inspires your creative passion AND pays the bills so you can work from home is easier than you think. The TREC Teachable Class Finding Your Passion will walk you through the questions and steps it takes to get started building your own business. You Got This!!!
17 minute video, handouts, and resources