Want to know more about me?
Here’s 7 fun facts that may (or may not) surprise you.
I’m a mom. I’ve got three incredible humans that I love and adore. I always knew I wanted to be a mom. To be the person getting my kids off the bus, doing art projects, and making cookies together. Being a mom is 100% the hardest job I will ever love.
Journals and calendars are my fave. I feel like until you get into the practice of journaling, you thin
3. If professional student was a profitable endeavor, that would be my job title. I wholeheartedly believe that you can (and should) learn something new every.single.day. Because of this philosophy, I also really, really, really love to read (If you’ve read something good lately - send the recommendation my way!)
4. My belief in the “woo” is strong. I’ve got crystals in almost every room and a tarot deck or two on my desk. Sometimes pulling a card is the best way to clarity and insight.
6. The best things in my life happened rather unexpectedly. From meeting my husband in a bar, when neither one of us was supposed to be there that night, to falling into being a Virtual Assistant, I’ve come to learn that the best things happen when you’re least expecting them, and sometimes it’s best to just dive right in!
7. I believe you can stay home with your babies and contribute to your family financially. Aren’t we lucky to live in a time where everything is figure-out-able (and that we are alive alongside the magic that is Marie Forleo 😍)?! But seriously, we are the first generation of humans who can do “traditional” office work from the comfort of home, thanks to laptops and WiFi.
I thought my job pre-kids at the museum was my dream job, but as my husband and I grew our family, working 6 days a week, most weeks, and making not much more than I would be paying for childcare, it just didn’t add up.
Now, I really do have a dream job.
I set my own hours, I pick the clients I want to work with, and I can work from anywhere!
As a VA, you don’t have to worry about paying an arm and a leg for daycare, or taking off when your kid inevitably catches a cold or has a conference at school. You can go to your preschooler’s performance without worrying about your request for PTO getting approved.
Most importantly, you get to be the one who gets the first hug when they get off the school bus, to hear about their day and did I mention the clothes are super comfortable?
You can make money, from home. Send me an email at email@example.com to get started today.
If you’re interested in learning more about some of the things I’ve done as a VA or want to see what I did before kids, you can see my LinkedIn here or click below for my resume: