With a baby on the way, you will also be this little human’s most important person. Their first few weeks will revolve around you. And (hopefully no surprises here!) your first few weeks of motherhood will revolved around their needs.
Whether you call yourself an entrepreneur, freelancer, contractor, solopreneur, or biz owner, we are all facing a major problem: planning for maternity leave (and a smooth transition back to work) is messy and confusing when YOU are the boss.
Let's get to babyproofing so your maternity leave is focused on that quality mama-baby time (and not freaking out about your business!)
1. A postpartum planning workbook to help you identify resources (in your local community or online) that can help with your postpartum transition and maternity leave - everything from getting the right emotional support to outsourcing meals, cleaning, and laundry!
2. What you can do now to ensure financial security (and peace of mind) as you head into maternity leave.
3. Weekly tips to help babyproof your business and navigate the transition back to work with a little one.
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It’s my privilege to work with women who are seasoned entrepreneurs and first time mamas-to-be to make their maternity leave and transition to motherhood smoother.
I bring expertise as a maternal health professional, as well as a seasoned business owner and mama to the table. You can read all the details about my personal journey and professional qualifications here, but in a nutshell…
I’ve been a self-employed contractor working on women’s and reproductive health issues in clinical settings, non-profit, and research/academia since 2002. I was introduced to the maternal health field as a public health professional working with new mothers in some of the most vulnerable situations women can find themselves in: living in poverty, leaving abusive spouses, navigating a new country and language --- all while they experienced pregnancy, postpartum, and tried to make sense of the resources available to them.
I got to test out all the tricks up my sleeve during my own transition to motherhood when my own son was born. As you might guess, I learned a few things along the way.
I’ve taken the best evidence available from the field, combined it with what works for women who are juggling a business in addition to parenthood, and tailored my services to meet you exactly where you are.