Mantra for January-February-March 2020 is MOMTREPRENEUR

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Quarterly Mantra Release
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It’s 2020 and I am going to be 30 this year so I have to come to realize that there is still a lot that I want to accomplish in my life and I need to get focused. In doing so, I have reevaluated many of my goals, laid out a large plan, and am buckling down to get the lofty goals I have laid out for myself out. 

So this year, my first quarter MANTRA is MOMTREPRENEUR. It’s not as much of the word as what it stands for.

Being a Momtrepreneur means being an entrepreneur and mom – something that I am (along with probably hundreds of other titles that could be thrown out, like wife, pet keeper, housekeeper, and so forth). Right now, I want to focus on my business and how that intertwines with my motherly duties (without missing a beat), so Momtrepreneur it is. 

With this announcement of the first quarter mantra, comes another announcement. A recent launch of limited-edition handmade embroidered patches. The first patch for 2020 is ‘Momtrepreneur’ with the details of a heart and eye (the all-hustling, all-loving mom and entrepreneur). This represents the level of work and love that goes into everything a momtrepreneur does to find balance, live a life of intertwinement rather than separation, and to make a positive impact on the children we are raising. This patch is available HERE and will only be available until the beginning of April 2020, so get yours now before it’s too late! 

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Author: Jessica Beauchamp

Serves as lead Designer, Author, and Content Curator. Holds an MBA with a focus on global communications, studied Fashion Design, and has worked as an Editor, Project Manager, and Director of Education and Communications.

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