How Do You Know When You’re Successful?


Success means different things to different people. For me, one measure of success is to have reached that point financially when I can give my full-time job the boot and work from home. It’s always been the ideal lifestyle for me. But success can be anything that you value and makes you feel as if you’ve accomplished your goals. There are other ways in which I feel successful. One is when I’ve had a great day with my kids or my husband. If we manage to go a day with the usual the chaos of getting ready for work, for school organizing the schedule for the babysitter for the week and still manage to have fun, in my book, that’s a huge success.

Think about the ways that you feel success and jot them down. If you value making a certain amount of money, write that down. If for you it’s being able to finally buy that dream home, write that down. Whatever it is that make you feel accomplished, then start logging it. You can use a notebook or you can keep a journal of your successes for more inspiration. There are many “successful quotes” but this one speaks to me:

The secret of your success is determined by your daily agenda — John C. Maxwell



What’s the #1 Obstacle in the Way of Your Readers’ Success?


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Should I Be A Stay at Home Mom or Work?


Giving up work to be a stay-at-home mom (SAHM) or a stay-at-home Dad (SAHD) is often a tough, but very much a personal decision. There is no right or wrong answer here, but there are a lot of considerations that will help you in making this very important decision.

When I was pregnant with my first child, I was working full-time, but I didn’t have a long-term plan as to whether I would stay at my job. My job at that time was in the non-profit sector and it paid very little, and my job was pretty stressful on top of things. While we needed the money, my salary wasn’t all that much, so my husband and I decided that it would be a good idea to stay at home after my daughter was born. Once my precious girl was born, I knew that I had made the right decision for me. I emphasize the “for me” part, because everyone is different and has different priorities. I would never judge another mom for choosing to go back to work.