Shoutout To All The Moms! We Rule The World Dammit!
As we start the beginning of women’s month, I want to dedicate this post to the moms. Moms are the hardest working women out there. We are cooks, nurses, drivers, nurturers, accountants, and that’s just at home. Let’s not forget the working moms who have the corporate job that does not have regular office hours or the mom that has to work two jobs to make ends meat. The entrepreneurial mom is trying to create generational wealth for her family and leave her children with a legacy to leave their children. What about the stay-at-home mom that handles it all for the family to make sure her family is happy and secure?
Moms are the shit! Excuse the language, but they are. They rule the world but get such a lack of respect for what they do, like it’s an easy job. Let me tell you; it is not easy; there’s not a manual book that tells you how to be a perfect mom. Hell, there is no such thing as the perfect mom. You do what you can to make it through and pray to God you did not screw up your child in the process. You show them, genuine love, be open with them, allow them to express themselves, be the best version of yourself, and get help if need be. Stop judging other moms if they do something you would not do, instead help with some advice or resource. We are always quick to judge but not quick to have a solution for the problem.
Moms can do it all, and it has been proven. It has not been easy, but dammit, it has been done. We have been tired as hell in the process but did what we do what we have to do. That’s all! I can remember going to school, getting my master’s degree, having two jobs, having my daughter and my son tired as hell but making things happen. My friends are the same way. Fast forward now, I’m a stay-at-home mom, taking care of 3 teenage boys, giving advice to my 22-year-old daughter, running around the house with my 2-year-old son, maintaining the household, taking care of my man, and being an entrepreneur. Some days I’m exhausted, and other days I’m just fine. Some days my man says I don’t have a work-life balance, and other days I take a day off. It’s not easy, and I know I’m not the only mom taking all this on her plate. I’m saying all this to say, don’t stop chasing and going after your dreams. I want to inspire and empower other moms to go after their vision and make them a reality. As long as you have your goals written down, break them up into small goals, and give your dream to God, and He will do the rest. Trust me, it works. YOU GOT THIS, MOMS! I BELIEVE IN YOU! Until Next Time!
Talk To You Soon!!