Hey there! My name is Alyssa Smith. This space is for busy working moms who want to make the best use of their time and stay flexible (because life calls!)
I’ll help you learn how to be more productive in simpler ways so that you can chase your “crazy” goals and live life on your terms.
When my third baby was born, I realized I had fewer hands than I had kids. I was working towards a promotion, toying with the idea of starting a business, trying to keep up with my toddler, all while starting back to work 6 weeks after having my daughter AND we just moved into our first home.
To say I was busy was an understatement. From what everyone told me, life was not going to slow down. What? Surely after we just got through this one thing it’ll be better…
I got the promotion I was chasing. This was a huge achievement for my high-achieving self — except that my fancy new title came with expectations like working 80-hour weeks.
Being the rebel I am (I was pregnant with my oldest in high school and launched my career in the male-dominated field of web development), I made up my mind that I was going to do this differently.
Does this sound familiar?
- You try to focus on your goals, but you’re exhausted and unmotivated when you get a few minutes. Perfectionism might be a struggle (me, too!)
- You want to try all the productivity hacks and tips and tricks but they never stick around long. NEVER.
- You’re looking for that perfect planner so that you can just get organized once and for all. Why is this such a pipe dream?
- You actually get a ton of stuff done in a day, but frequently hit the pillow at night wondering where the heck your day went.
I know the struggle of working a demanding full-time job in leadership, while trying to be a wife, a mom to an infant and toddler while also attempting to just be a decent human being at the same time.
What you can expect
I’m here to show you how to do each of these in a way that is simple and straightforward. I’ll encourage you to use grace and show you how to embrace the mess and chaos of life.
Because let’s be honest, as moms, we love being needed.