I work primarily with self-employed women because…
…the traditional workplace environment wasn’t designed for women who menstruate.
…there is limited flexibility and options for mothers who are often the primary caregivers while pregnant, postpartum, and parenting.
..the pay gap and the motherhood penalty push women into chronic cycles of stress, burnout, illness, underearning, and poverty.
As a business owner, you have the ability to structure your business around the needs of your body and your life.
You don’t have to work overtime, let alone 40 hours (unless you want to).
Depending on your business model, you can choose to work wherever and whenever.
You can take time off during any part of your menstrual cycle, for whatever reason.
You can schedule your days based on where you are in your cycle.
You can build parent-friendly policies into your business model.
You can automate certain aspects of your business to run without you and still make money.
You have the ability to make as much money as you have the capacity to manage.