💖 Mum’s who have lost themselves
🤍 Business women who want growth
🖤 Women who want more from their life
A SNIPPET OF MY BUSINESS JOURNEY
When I started building my first business back in 2011, I never really knew what opportunities it would open up for me. Joining the network marketing industry really did change my life!
Since then, I have been like a sponge. Absorbing as much learning as I could. Attending trainings and events, getting lost in personal development books AND taking action. Even when I was scared, fearful or nervous.
I have been with my company since January 2013 and have built up a successful business which brings in a residual income every month, whether I work or not. Over the years, we have coached and mentored our team, and we help other people to build their own business, by helping people they know to save money, make money or both.
During lockdown, life slowed down. I had time to reflect on my life. I knew I wasn't living life to my full potential and that I had more to give the world! My youngest son would be starting school two years later and I wanted to create something that was my own. Something that meant I was able to help even more people, to inspire them, encourage and empower them to live a life they truly loved!
In September 2020, I set up my own business... and More Than Just Mum® was born!
I now run both businesses alongside each other
A BIT ABOUT ME...
I SAT AT MY DESK AT THE AGE OF 25, DREAMING OF A LIFE I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW EXISTED!
One where I could be an amazing mum, work part time whilst earning a great income, with a tall, dark, handsome husband, two children and a kitchen island!
10 years later - that was my reality!
Only it wasn't quite as dreamy as I had imagined, and we don't yet have a kitchen island 😂. We've had our fair share of life's challenges too, which I hadn't factored into my dreamy life!
Here's a few of them....
I constantly doubted myself as a mum.
I found being a mum 24/7 so tough.
I lost myself. Forgot who Heather was.
My husband was really poorly and in and out of hospital.
The baby and toddler didn't sleep through the night.
I was exhausted.
But I buried my head in the sand because I thought "just being tired" wasn't a good enough reason to rest!
I was Superwoman and felt I HAD NO CHOICE but to continue... how wrong was I?