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A few things to know

I live in Kansas City with my husband and four incredible humans who call me Mom. We have three bio kids and a bonus kiddo who we adopted in 2020! I love love LOVE decorating my home. I blog about my home remodeling, I have a podcast, I published a book, I speak on stages, and I have a whole lotta people who keep up with me on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube where I have over half a million followers.

In 2000, I launched my painting company called “The Magic Brush.” I was spending A TON of time getting my hands dirty and transforming spaces inside my clients’ homes. Then I started having kids so employed lots of other talented women to paint while I stayed home and marketed the business. I loved what we were doing, but I was burning the candle at both ends. I knew I had maxed out my income potential in Kansas City because there were no more hours in the day and I didn’t want to hire more people. And, did I mention, I’m a mom? More time was not on the table. Can I get an ‘Amen’ from the mamas out there?


A few things to know

I live in Kansas City with my husband and four incredible humans who call me Mom. We have three bio kids and a bonus kiddo who we adopted in 2020! I love love LOVE decorating my home. I blog about my home remodeling, I have a podcast, I published a book, I speak on stages, and I have a whole lotta people who keep up with me on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube where I have over half a million followers.

In 2000, I launched my painting company called “The Magic Brush.” I was spending A TON of time getting my hands dirty and transforming spaces inside my clients’ homes. Then I started having kids so employed lots of other talented women to paint while I stayed home and marketed the business. I loved what we were doing, but I was burning the candle at both ends. I knew I had maxed out my income potential in Kansas City because there were no more hours in the day and I didn’t want to hire more people. And, did I mention, I’m a mom? More time was not on the table. Can I get an ‘Amen’ from the mamas out there?