Written by Katherine Thomas
Motherhood changes you. You go from being this blissfully care free person, to bringing a baby blanket to work with you just so you can smell it. I remember feeling like my heart was literally going to break in two when I had to return to work. I remember being so extremely grateful for the time that I was able to spend with my new little one, and soaking up every second. I remember reflecting on how valuable time is, and thinking about how I wanted to spend the time I have. I loved my baby SO much, and I knew that if I was going to spend most of my time working for a paycheck- I wanted it to be worth it. I wanted to make a difference. I wanted to help people. I had so many ideas, and I wanted to be somewhere that I could use those ideas.
I decided that I had to try something, and that if it all blows up in smoke, my parents wouldn’t let me be homeless. I went to Books-a-million and bought a book about business and got to googling. I was like a sponge, and I tried to soak up every bit of information I could get my hands on. I would put my baby to bed at night and spend hours googling until I couldn’t hold my eyes open any longer.
Just like motherhood, I had no idea what I was getting myself in to.
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