Resources for You

Free Resources to Help You Thrive in Your Business and Home

What would you do with an extra $25,000 a year? Or $50,000, $100,000 or even more? A home-based business can provide you with an additional income to pursue the dreams you have for your family. I have heard many homeschooling moms say that with the addition of $25,000+ to their annual income they would:

  • Remodel their home
  • Save for future college tuitions
  • Travel the world with their family
  • Purchase quality school resources
  • Pay off debt, including mortgage

However, for stay-at-home, homeschooling moms, trading time for dollars in the form of a job isn’t always the answer. You homeschool your kids because you believe that you can provide them with a quality education that includes teaching your family values. And that requires your presence.

I have been running my own business and working from home for 15 years. This has provided me with freedom to schedule my own hours around my family’s activities. It has also allowed me to invest in my kids’ education, travel around the world with my family, and begin remodeling our home. My husband works from home now too, so he has been able to spend more time with the kids than he ever dreamed possible.

We love the life that we have designed. And I want to help you design your ideal life too. Below are two special reports to help you on your road to starting and/or growing your business, while not giving up on homeschooling – The 9 Best Business Ideas for Homeschool Moms and 8 Favorite Tools to Grow Your Business. Both are available now and you can download them below.

Are you ready to stop worrying about having enough money to pay the bills each month, design a business that fits your unique educational choices, and create the lifestyle you’ve always wanted for your family?

Then click the image below to download your copy of…

Mompreneur 101

And finally, the Mompreneur 101 course is available to you. We only launch this course a few times a year, so you may have to get on the waitlist if the class is not currently open for registration.

Here’s the link –