What does it mean to be a Mrs. Boss Lady? Each woman should have their own variation of the term; however, to me it means being the wife who loves her husband, supports his aspirations, and turns a house into a warm, loving and efficient running home; a career woman who seeks exponential success monetarily, personally and professionally; and a woman who embraces the fun and beauty of just being a female.
As I touched on before, the definition of a “Mrs. Boss Lady” is ever fluid and will change from person to person. For some, it may be a woman who does not want/need a partner or who has not found the right partner worth committing to yet is the head of their own household. It could mean an entrepreneur seeking city wide, state wide, nationwide or even world wide growth or an administrative assistant who enjoys watching her contributions help her company progress all the while growing her financial freedom. It could mean a lady who enjoys the finer things in life from fashion to food or a lady who enjoys breaking a sweat or even gardening. The beauty of being a Miss, Ms. or Mrs. Boss Lady is that you get to decide your definition and live by what you see fit.
I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. It is in the city of angels that I’ve made my lifelong friends, fell in and out of love, graduated from the University of California Los Angeles, started my first business and got married. Somewhere between graduating UCLA with a degree in political science (might I add, a useless degree without further education) and starting my business, I ditched my aspirations of law school, packed a backpack to travel the world, met my future husband, moved to Australia and moved back to LA. On May 21st, 2013 my husband and I ventured into the world of entrepreneurship and would never again turn back. Though we had not yet had the big wedding day, it was at this point that I became a “Mrs. Boss Lady” and the crazy adventures began.
Becoming a Mrs. Boss Lady has been endlessly challenging yet a very rewarding part of my life. If you haven’t already, take a moment to define what being a boss lady means to you. Recognize who you are, who you want to be and push yourself to be the best and happiest version of yourself. In the words of my cycling instructor, “baby steps are still steps,” so go on and take that step.