Nesting

I have been in serious nesting mode this week.  It’s been hard for me to focus on anything else.  I’ve got all the baby’s clothes washed, folded, and in the new dresser.  The crib is set up, and the car seat is installed in the car.  I’ve got the bags for the hospital packed as much as they can be.  I’ve sewn some burp cloths, and have a diaper basket ready. The only loose ends are my desire for muslin swaddle blankets and my dirty house.  Unfortunately that new years resolution hasn’t held on well during the last part of my pregnancy(consistently keeping my house clean).  I am not a fantastic housekeeper.  I will be some day, but right now, it’s not a fight I have time for.  Being a mom and starting up a business is difficult to manage.

Did you ever see the triangle for college students?  Screen Shot 2016-03-25 at 11.14.40 AM

Well, moms have a triangle as well. Network marketing is uniquely compatible with being a stay at home mom, which is the reason many moms choose to go this route.  As I’ve had the opportunity to talk to many moms within network marketing, they all have some trouble balancing these three things.  I am not an exception.

Work

Obviously, as a mom, your top priority is always your kids, but you also want your business to succeed, and you don’t want to live in a dump either.  I guess you know which two I have chosen lately.  When I come up with a perfect solution, I’ll let you know. Haha.  Anyway, I’ll be 38 weeks on Sunday.  I’ve never actually gone past 38 weeks, so hopefully he comes soon!

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If you would like to learn more about our business or how to market your own business online, you can email me at candidnetworkmarketing@gmail.com or find us on our Facebook group.

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One thought on “Nesting

  1. As it is, keep your priorities. I remember those days: work, family, house. Unfortunately, now that there are no kids or work, I do not do any better with house. I think it is because with all my hours filled, I dared not get behind. Now I’m a terrible procrastinator. I have a storage box sitting in the room awaiting my putting away my snowmen and other winter pretties. Didn’t get it done today either. Well, there is tomorrow – see, at my age, I didn’t say “there is always tomorrow.” 😀 😀 Take care dear one. Keep yourself well, and love those babies!

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