I wasn’t sure if I have to write this post or not. I said to myself is there anyone wants to read about this. But after searching on Pinterest I realized maybe someone will want to know about the daily life of a mompreneur.
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Being a mom and an entrepreneur is not always easy to manage, especially when you raising 3 little kids. But I learned how to organize my life since 2013 when became a full-time blogger after my first child was born.
I try to keep a routine and stick to it, but of course not always happening the same way as planned cause things come and life happens. The best thing about working for myself is that I can be with my family whenever I want and I don’t have to ask for permission.
So if you haven’t started your blog yet and you are stuck in a 9-5 job I encourage you to take action and begin your blog journey to become a fempreneur or also a mompreneur later. And by the way, I’m running a 30 Days Blogging Challenge on September 1 where you could learn all the blogging stuff you have to know to improve it.
Now let’s back to my story and daily routine. Maybe it will help other mom and fempreneurs how to create a routine or just get some highlight of my life.
My daily routine
Please keep in mind that this time is in Central European Time and I write it in 24 hr. Here is a converter for you to help if you need.
7:00 – 8:00: Mostly this time in the morning my baby boy wakes me up and he doesn’t want to sleep back. During this time I’m going to make my morning coffee and pick my phone to read some news and read my emails.
8:30 – 8:55: I do my morning meditation and positive affirmations (yes believe or not with my kid sitting next to me) and write in my journal. During this time my two girls are waking up too. If you haven’t known already I practice manifesting my whole life but more on this on my new blog SheManifestIt.com which will launch in September. So if you are interested in manifesting your dream life and law of attraction go and subscribe to that email list!
9:00 – 10:55: At this time is always breakfast time (but only if my two girls are at home especially now when it’s summer break at the kindergartner), and it is also playtime.
11:30 – 12:55: Now this is when my boy goes to his bed for a little nap and when I start to do my work. When it’s time I write my blog post (most of the times I work forward and schedule my posts). After this, I prepare our lunch and having a lunch break.
13:30 – 14:30: This time is for Pinterest manual pinning on my phone and schedule some of my pins on Tailwind and some pins from Tailwind Tribes.
15:00 – 16:45: If there is something special or regular I send out emails to my subscribers. Not always in this time but mostly. After this, I get to see my daily movie series and prepare my kids for taking a bath.
17:15 – 18:00: Preparing dinner and give it to my family and me so we have dinner time. Of course, if it takes longer to prepare it is not always ready before 6 pm.
19:15 – 20:00: This is the time interval when I do my evening meditation (say some of my affirmations and prayers) before going to bed and set kids to bed, but sometimes it happens that they don’t want to sleep yet then I read till they fall into sleep.
And the night has come. Sometimes I do work in the late night as well as some improvements on my blog or just had a blog post idea and save it at the draft for later. And a little pinning on Pinterest.
While now I have to manage 3 blogs and raise 3 kids at the same time I still do work around the house too like cleaning, grocery shopping (online or offline), washing, etc.
It seems a lot of work for a day but I do love my life and I’m grateful for everything, my family supports me and I can do what I love. Yes, I’m tired sometimes but I think always positive and I do it for my kids, cause they deserve to be with their mommy. This is the best thing to work at home as a mom I can spend as much time with them as I want.
So this was a day in my life, how about you? Are you a mompreneur as well, or do you work at home without kids?