Today I want you guys to meet Jennifer Worman, super mom, business owner and all around good time! You may have seen her in our videos where we discuss all things we wish we had known before becoming a mother. By day you can find her blogging all things fashion, style, travel and of course motherhood at redsolesredwine.
She is the mom of two adorable boys and has some insightful thoughts into motherhood. Check out our interview below!
What is the best thing about being a mom?
What are three essentials you need everyday?
Coffee, hugs, iPhone
What late night food do you crave?
Taco bell for sure! But I try hard not to eat late at night. I like wine too much so got to cut something out.
What do you do to relax?
My method is relaxing is seeing people I love and traveling. I don’t make too much time to work out or meditate, but I love a good dinner with friends, family, and traveling to new places.
How has motherhood changed your career?
I’ve owned my own business and been blogging for 6+ years and started both before having two kids. Motherhood has been a huge part of my life in line with being an entrepreneur. I see it all as part of me and there are huge pluses to working for myself in raising my kids. The flexibility of time and being able to be there whenever needed is the biggest perk. The negatives is that I work all the time and it’s hard to turn it off.
3 words to describe yourself
Motivated – I do what I love and pursue my passions with full force
Loyal – I’m the most loyal friend and partner if you are a part of my circle.
Connected – I love to listen to others, check in on my family and friends often, and love to feel connected with those around me.
What’s the secret of being a bad ass mom?
Be you. Do you. For you.
Be the best you can be with the good days and bad days and your kids will be fantastic. When you feel your best, your kids will know it too.
And surround yourself with people that support, love and care for you and don’t care about those that don’t. Life is short, enjoy the moments and move on from the not so great ones.
Jen blogs at Red Soles and Red Wine