When you become pregnant, everyone pops up with stories and advice on what to expect. They’ll tell you that your body will change. They’ll tell you your nipples will crack. They’ll tell you that your stretch marks will eventually disappear.

But it’s what they don’t tell you that perhaps has the biggest impact on us as mom entrepreneurs.

The constant surrender of being a mom. No one told me that my time wouldn’t be mine anymore. Every minute of every day will be dictated by the needs of my child. While there’s certainly beauty in that (somewhere), there’s also a struggle so real that it’s effect permeates through every single fiber of my being. Going from a totally independent woman living on my own terms in downtown San Francisco to being a parent, was no small transition to say the least.

Today’s Momma Interview on BizMomTV is a long one, but one worth listening to. The video didn’t work for this one, but perhaps it’s because you were meant to truly listen to the wisdom and words of my guest Crissy Keye Rollins of HolisticRestoration.com, without the distraction of video.

Crissy Keye Rollins, the very first Founding Member of the BizMomClub and Mindset Coach for the BizMomCoaching Team, is a remarkable woman, whose strength never fails to amaze me. Be warned, people have been known to book and hire her as their coach after listening to her speak! Yup, she’s that cool.

After listening to this episode, come on back and comment below with your experiences and thoughts on the constant surrender of being a mom.

About the Author

Niya Champaneria is The Freedom-Based Business Mentor for Mom Entrepreneurs. She's on a serious (and seriously fun!) mission to end mompreneurial mayhem and change the lives of mom entrepreneurs everywhere. Her goal is to help other moms become strong, influential and positive role models for our future generation by building financially secure businesses, leading healthy lifestyles, and raising our children to be honest, compassionate and responsible adults.

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