Creating a Business Plan and a Mom Plan…by Jennifer Probst

  1. Sharlene Wegner says:

    Thank you for your blog post! I can relate, although I think my kids are a little older – 20 & 27. I definitely have some things I would have done differently in raising my kids & managing my life. However, you can’t change history! I never made them do chores and tried to buy them what they wanted, within reason, but we have spent a lot of time struggling financially. Basically, they are good, kind people, so I think we did something right! By the way, I have loved every book of yours that I have read & can’t wait to read the new one! Enjoy the holidays!

  2. Sara Hovel says:

    Thank you so much for this – really needed to hear it. My son is 10 and I’ve struggled all the way with feeling like I don’t do enough and I am certainly not good enough as a mother. I totally need a “mom plan” as you suggest. Some days it’s just a matter of getting by but it’s getting better with using a planner. I work full time and write, hoping to launch my author career in 2021. It’s so much to juggle but I can proudly say that he’s a compassionate, smart, funny kid. I think sometimes we carry our own failures into motherhood and they’re felt more acutely because of the increased responsibility and, of course, fear that we’re going to mess our kids up forever.

    • Jennifer says:

      Thank you so much for reading Sara, and you are so right! Being a mom is tough stuff but we care because we love them so much! We got this!

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