Mom Bloggers / Mama Bear Finance


Mama Bear, what does writing the blog mean to you and why did you become an entrepreneur in the first place?

Personal finance was a subject that I had to learn on my own growing up. It was never a subject that was taught at school nor a topic discussed at the dinner table. I want to change this perspective on money to empower more moms on the subject.


What is your business about? How did you come across your idea?

Mama Bear Finance started off as a hobby blog and the only business model behind it is affiliate marketing. It’s really a blog to learn how to make side income as well as sharing content related to personal finance.


Since you are also a mom… How do you balance your personal and professional life?

It’s quite hectic at times, but luckily my daughter started daycare and that gave me more time to focus on my projects.


Have you made any adjustments to your personal and professional life to juggle these two roles?

No. I believe time is more valuable than money so my priority is to spend my time taking care of my daughter while building a side hustle as a hobby.


What is the greatest obstacle you have faced in achieving the success you desire? How do you overcome it?

The greatest obstacle is to stay consistent. In today’s online business world, consistency is more important than ever.

But finding the drive and time to stay consistent has been difficult. I’ve learned to overcome this by taking it one step at a time (by completing one task at a time). After all, small steps add to big milestones!


What are the things that help you stay organized throughout the day and get time for everyone and everything? Is there a special time planner, or workspace design, or technique that you use?

Tell us your time management secrets!

No secrets! I’m still learning! But I do have a to-do list every day. It feels great when things are being checked off!


Any recommendations to Moms who dream about being entrepreneurs, but just can’t get started?

I always picture myself five years down the road and ask, “Would I regret not starting this project 5 years ago?”

If the answer is yes, then now is the time to avoid this regret in the future.


Have you enjoyed this interview? You can follow Mama Bear Finance on Twitter or check out Mama Bear’s blog. See you there! 👋


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