Ayee! We made it! It’s another month to be grateful and I’m so excited to share my MAY GOALS with you, as well as a few things that I’ve been working on behind the scenes to make it super easy for you to start your online business, RIGHT NOW.
So it’s May, crazy to think of everything that’s happened so far this year, 2020 has not played no games, but I’m telling you, now more than ever it's so important for you to start your online business or influencer brand.
To serve as a source of inspiration, as well as accountability for myself, I’m going to sharing my May goals with you! I want you to write out the goals you have for MAY and and make sure you read the entire blog because I have a HUGE announcement for my current MSB students as well as for any of you who are looking to enroll in the Millennial School of Business.
Nothing cashes in like consistency. I’m telling you, no matter what your goal...
Finally, we made it back to the dentist after me going back and forth getting Lyric’s appointment rescheduled. I honestly, had been dreading this appointment because lately Sederek and my mom have been giving Lyric so much candy.. and I said that if she had a cavity it was going to be on them... side eye.
Anyways, I absolutely love going to the dentist with Lyric. Their office is so cute and friendly and the perfect environment for kids. Lyric's been so excited about going see the dentist all week.
She kept telling me, “Mommy, I’m not scared.”
The cutest thing ever.
We made it to the dentist office and Lyric fell in love with the environment and the atmosphere. I was able to snap this cute photo of her when we got there:
Sidenote: I picked up this cute jacket from Wal-Mart chile! Too cute.
So we went to the back and they had the cutest setup for her to get her x-rays:
Overall she had a really great experience at the dentist.
Well, to my surprise and honestly delight, Lyric has been doing such a good job being a big sister. She’s learning so much and doing such a great job! I made the decision to pull Lyric from her daycare to be home with us. Honestly, this was a move to save money and maximize my time at home with her before she goes off to preschool in the fall.
I was pretty nervous leading up to having Ermias. I was always wondering if I was going to be able to successfully manage having two small children. I watched a whole lotta YouTube videos of other moms in the same boat and they all made it look so easy.
So what’s the reality?
It’s honestly not that bad.
I mean, Ermias is a great baby. He just wants to eat, sleep and poop all day and Lyric has really matured. She considers herself, “the best helper” and she prides herself on being a great big sister....