Raising a Family + Running a Business

Real talk about raising a fam and building a business

You’re ready to start or grow your family. But shit- your business is your baby. How do you plan for/protect your business while your life is drastically changing? Or maybe you’re wondering if you can even have kids and maintain your business? Or you’re just putting your head in the sand and jumping in to all of it and hoping 🤞 it all just figures itself out.

And I’m not gonna sugar coat it- it’s a lot of work to parent and run a business/be the bread winner/carry all the pressure/be the kinda parent you wanna be. Whether you’re doing it alone or with a partner. But it’s so so rewarding and amazing to raise little people while also being creative and doing work you love. Intentionality is key. If you’re heading in to big changes in your life (or they’ve already happened and you’re gasping for air), having a plan can save your future self a lot of stress and create a way for you to go forward prioritizing both your home life and your business life. So don’t worry! But DO make a plan and restructure your business.

In my one day intensives, clients have been able to free up hours and days of their time to spend with their family, feel more personal freedom and joy, pay themselves more, add some needed separation between work and home life, step in to new phases of leadership, take their first sabbatical or family vacation, mend strained relationships within their home, and feel more peace. If this sounds like what ya need at this season of life, fill out an application HERE to chat about an intensive this winter – your heart, home, brain, and energy deserve it.

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Our founder Kristin Sweeting is a wedding photographer turned coach for entrepreneurs. She has built 2 multiple
6-figure businesses while single parenting her son, so she knows how difficult balance and the ebbs and flows of a creative business can be.