Growing a business and a family at the same time is hard, but it doesn't have to be overwhelming ...

You need proven strategies and systems that can help you maximize your business efforts and move things ahead, while leaving you time to meet all your other responsibilities too.

As a business owner, there are key drivers that define your ability to grow your business (without getting engulfed by work)

These key drivers include:

  • Attracting the right customers
  • Using the best marketing practices for your situation
  • Following the necessary steps to build strong customer relationships
  • Investing your time on tactics and strategies that move things forward

If you're at this point, you're probably doing some things right, but you know your business has potential to grow. You just need efficient steps to take to increase revenue without taking up too much of your time.

I've been there and I can help you!

I started Eat at Home in 2008, while raising and homeschooling my four kids. I grew my business from a tiny idea to a successful membership site.

Here are a few stats:

  • My blog has had 35 million unique visitors and 80 million pageviews.
  • I published a cookbook with Waterbrook, a division of Penguin Random House.
  • My paid membership site has served more than 30,000 members.
  • I've developed a team to help me leverage and support my growing business.
  • I operate a thriving affiliate program and have paid out nearly 1 million dollars in commissions.

All while making dinners, checking math work, shuttling kids to practice and dance.

And I'm not a superwoman!

I'm just good at seeing what needs done now and doing it in a streamlined, time-effective way.

And I can help you grow the revenue your business brings in, without running yourself ragged to do it.

I've built and run a successful membership site, an active affiliate program, created and promoted products, written, published and promoted a cookbook, 

Is my coaching program right for you? The answer is yes if you are...

  • Having some success, but you want to take it to the next level.
  • Willing to work hard – but strategically for big impact.
  • Willing to make calculated changes in order to grow.
  • Making enough money to invest in your business.

Let's schedule a time to talk

Stop spinning your wheels and wasting time on actions that aren't moving things forward.

I can help you identify what's working, what's not working and find new ways to leverage your energy to make your business grow without sacrificing the other areas of your life to do it.

Email me at or fill out the form below.

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